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Superheroes Made a Super Awareness Month!

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In just one month, this community of superhuman supporters helped raise $94,790 to avenge the forces of alopecia areata that try to bring us down — a feat made possible by each and every special power shared to celebrate Alopecia Areata Awareness Month. Thank you for having the courage to put on your capes… You’re all heroes in our eyes!!


SUPER CONGRATULATIONS to our Super Hero Challenge Winners who flexed their super human awareness and fundraising muscles!

Week 1:  Shaan Chaudhary

Week 2:  Kate Eckman and Rose Bauer-Apostolakos

Week 3:  Madison Spiteri

Week 4:  Isha Kumar

Super Hero Challenge Top Winners

Top Fundraisers: The Hashem Family!

Top Fundraising Team: The Alopecia Areata Benefit Concert!

Top Awareness Raising Team: Team Bald & Bougie!

THANK YOU ALL!

With your support, we will:

  • Advance research so that, by 2020, there are two treatments approved by the FDA for alopecia areata that are effective, safe, affordable, and easy to use.  (#2in2020)
  • Increase NAAF’s reach so that every child, family or adult who wants a mentor is connected with one and knows they are not alone. We seek to grow our Mentor Program to pair 6,000 community members with a personal mentor by 2020.  (#NotAlone)
  • Drive awareness campaigns so that everyone knows what alopecia areata is and no one suffers from stigma.  (#KnowingAlopecia)

Your gift will go to work right away to support NAAF’s programs of support, advocacy and research. In our eyes, that makes you all heroes. In case you missed the challenge, you can still donate here: https://support.naaf.org/give/165242/#!/donation/checkout

You can also enjoy the Superhero Videos we received from our community here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlOjoYqW2ymAhconu4URPS5qr8zJ6Guyf

We invite you to continue sharing your stories, videos, passion, and superpowers online as we grow our vibrant digital community, increasing awareness and ending the stigma of living with visible difference.