The Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA) recognizes March as MS Awareness Month. MSAA urges everyone to help raise awareness of multiple sclerosis throughout your community and help improve the lives today for people with MS and their families. Here are some ways to start raising awareness for Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month.
1. Injection Pen
One of the most common ways to manage your MS is by taking an injectable therapy. There are several types of injection therapies designed to help reduce the frequency of relapses — some even slow the progression of physical disability. With these injection pens, you can raise awareness about the severity of multiple sclerosis. Are you hosting an event or taking part in a fundraiser? These promotional products would be a great item to use for Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month.
2. Flexible Awareness Ribbon Key Tag
Multiple Sclerosis Awareness is represented by the color orange. When you promote your business or cause with a custom imprinted key chain, you can make sure that awareness will extend beyond the month of March. You can hand this product out at a fundraiser or awareness event. People will make sure to add this key tag to their keychain and remember how important awareness is for MS.
3. Cinch Up Backpack
When it comes to promotional products, you want to invest in a product that you know the recipient will use time and time again. The Cinch Up Backpack is an example of this. You can raise awareness for Multiple Sclerosis with this bag. Perhaps you can write the names of people you know suffering from the horrible disease, and let them know that you have their support. Or you can simple imprint Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month on the backpack. Whatever you do, you know that the recipient of this bag will be sure to use it again. That way, MS Awareness can be acknowledged year-round, and not merely in March alone.
There are several other products at Motivators.com that can be used to raise awareness for Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month. More than 2.3 million people are affected by MS worldwide. Because the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) does not require U.S. physicians to report new cases, and because symptoms can be completely invisible, the prevalence of MS in the U.S. can only be estimated. Let us help you raise awareness for MS this year. And let’s hope that there will soon be a cure for this terrible auto-immune disease.
Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month