If you haven't volunteered yet, what are you waiting for? Here are just some of the easy ways you can volunteer to make a difference.
SAA receives no government funding and relies on the
generous donations from individuals to create and maintain the programs and
services aimed at improving the futures of the 2.7 million Americans affected
by spondylitis and its family of related diseases.
Share our animated spondylitis awareness video, “Could Spondylitis be the Cause of Your Chronic Back / Joint Pain?” Send people to our website where they'll find a host of information about AS and related diseases. And use Key Messages to talk about the prevalence and impact of spondylitis.
SAA developed a training video for emergency first responders to raise awareness about the special needs of spondylitis patients in emergency situations.
Interested in exhibiting to raise spondylitis awareness at a local Health Fair? SAA can provide educational and promotional materials and informative talking points.
Contact SAA’s Volunteer Coordinator, Robin Kindrick, to learn more and get started. You can reach Robin at email@example.com.
Is there an SAA Sponsored Spondylitis Support Group near you?
If not, would you like to start one? Learn how SAA can help you provide first hand support to someone else who has spondylitis.
Help SAA make a splash on social media. Like us on Facebook and share our page and posts with friends. You will also find us on Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram.
Create your own brief video or public service announcement about spondylitis. Share your experience and talk about how spondylitis affects your life. Share your video with SAA and we'll post it on our Facebook page and website!
You can send the link to your video to SAA’s Programs Director, Elin Aslanyan, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deliver SAA's Educational Brochures to your rheumatologist's office so they can be distributed to patients.
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