Unite to fight brain tumors during Brain Tumor Awareness Month.
Each May, the brain tumor community steps up its efforts to raise awareness, educate people about the disease, raise funds, and empower everyone affected by brain tumors.
Below are just a few ways you can get involved.
- SHARE THIS PAGE with friends, classmates, or co-workers and you are already on your way!
- TAKE PART by joining thousands of people taking part in our May events: Bay Area Brain Tumor Walk, Race for Hope – DC, Team Billy Ride and Walk for Research, and Boston Brain Tumor Ride (see other events and locations)
- RAISE YOUR VOICE by becoming an advocate and telling your elected officials what is important to you.
- LEARN HOW the brain tumor community is kicking off Brain Tumor Awareness Month with Head to the Hill, an advocacy day in Washington, DC.
- KNOW THE ISSUES so you can tell others about the importance of the cause.
- SHARE your personal story at NBTS's Story Corner.
- SIGN THE PETITION for a Brain Tumor Awareness Postage Stamp.
- STAY INFORMED by signing up to receive the latest National Brain Tumor Society news or joining the NBTS Facebook and Twitter communities.
- SPREAD THE WORD on Facebook, Twitter, and through email.
Visit our Facebook page and share the Brain Tumor Awareness Month graphic posted there with your friends.
Download the Brain Tumor Awareness Month button at the top of this page (just right click and save the image to your computer) and add to your webpage, emails, or send it to your friends.
Looking for some sample messages? We've included some below (just copy and paste!), or you can create some of your own using your story, or information on our website, like sharing brain tumor facts.
Facebook: May is Brain Tumor Awareness Month. Did you know that there are there are over 600,000 people in the US living with a primary brain tumor? Learn more at www.braintumor.org/BTAM.
Twitter: There are over 600,000 people in the US living with a primary brain tumor. #BrainTumorAwarenessMonth
Add to your email signature: May is Brain Tumor Awareness Month. Find out what you can do at www.braintumor.org/BTAM.