Raising awareness for essential tremor is the first step to increasing knowledge. Together with more knowledge, we can accelerate scientific research, advance treatment options and address the challenges of everyone affected by this life-altering condition.
This March, share that it is National Essential Tremor Month (NETA). There are so many simple ways to get involved to promote ET awareness.
Your contribution, no matter how big or small, will help fund programs that support and promote essential tremor awareness worldwide. Awareness builds knowledge. And together, knowledge can bring us one step closer to greater understanding, better treatment options, and ultimately, finding a cure. Help us build momentum worldwide!
When the fun and feasting of Thanksgiving is over, and two days of getting great shopping deals on Black Friday and Cyber Monday are behind you, there’s one more important day to remember, GivingTuesday. On December 2, we’re joining a national day of generosity, #GivingTuesday. It’s a day when you can make a big impact on essential tremor and on your friends, family and neighbors living with this life-altering condition.
With your help, we’ll raise funds to further research to find the cause of essential tremor that leads to treatments and a cure, increases awareness, and provides educational materials, tools, and support for healthcare providers, the public, and those affected by ET.
How can you be part of it? Here are a few simple ideas:
With your support, we can raise ET awareness for more support, better treatments, and ultimately, finding a cure.
Described as America’s next moonshot, the BRAIN (Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies) Initiative is an NIH 12-year scientific plan focused on revolutionizing our understanding of the human brain. The IETF has joined major foundations, patient advocacy organizations, universities, and corporations, to align more than $240 million in research efforts to the initiative.
Since President Obama announced the Initiative in 2013, dozens of leading technology firms, academic institutions, scientists and other key contributors have made significant commitments to advancing brain research to better understand disorders such as Essential Tremor, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases and more. Approximately $46 million in federal grants will support the research projects of over 100 investigators in 15 states and three countries. Stay up to date and spread the word on the BRAIN Initiative to uncover the mysteries of brain disorders.
You have an opportunity to help us make even more of a difference for raising ET awareness. GreatNonprofits – a review site like TripAdvisor – is honoring highly reviewed nonprofits with their 2014 Top-Rated List. The GreatNonprofits Top-Rated Awards program is a lot like a people’s choice awards where volunteers, donors and people served by the great work of each and every nonprofit can cast their vote in the form of a review to express their appreciation and potentially win nonprofits a spot on the List.
Winning nonprofits that get added to the GreatNonprofits 2014 Top-Rated List will get exposure from media and corporate foundations nationwide. Plus winners will be added to the GreatNonprofits #GivingTuesday and Holiday Giving Guide and included in City Pages and Releases for Top-Cities, gaining even greater awareness for essential tremor.
To qualify for the 2014 Top-Rated Awards, we need to have at least 10, new positive (4 or 5 star reviews) from different users until Oct. 31, 2014. Help us raise visibility for essential tremor by posting a review of your experience with the IETF. It’s easy and only takes 3 minutes!
Go here to get started.