Please help us raise awareness and funds to build a world without necrotizing enterocolitis!
World NEC Awareness Day is May 17.
NEC is a devastating intestinal disease that affects vulnerable infants during their first weeks and months of life. Up to 50% of the babies who get NEC will die, and survivors often face life-long health challenges. Yet, few people have even heard of the disease.
We’re inviting families who have been impacted by NEC, as well as clinicians, researchers, and other stakeholders dedicated to preventing NEC to show us – in photos and stories – what NEC looks like and what they’re doing to build a world without NEC.
Let’s elevate the conversation around NEC and expose the scars, the trauma, and the stillness that come after a NEC diagnosis. Our goal is to empower families and stakeholders to join the international community that’s working to build a world without NEC.
In honor of #NECday on May 17, please show us how NEC has impacted your life and consider making a donation to support the NEC Society’s work. Tag us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Linkedin, and use the hashtags: #preventNEC #NECday
Here’s how you can get involved:
- Register for the NEC Virtual Sessions, May 19 -21
- Order your NEC gear by shopping at the NEC Society’s online store
- Listen to our NEC podcast with the NANNcast
- Share 9 Things You Need to Know About NEC
- Join our email list
- Subscribe to our blog and YouTube channel
- If you’re on Facebook, follow us and add our NEC Awareness Day Facebook Profile Frame
- Tag the NEC Society in your photos on social media
- Share your story with the NEC Society
- Make a tax-deductible donation to the NEC Society
- Create a Facebook fundraiser by clicking “Raise Money” here!
- Follow the @NECsociety on Twitter
- Check out our webinars!
- Visit our FAQ page to learn more
Do you have more ideas or suggestions on how the NEC Society can better serve our community? If so, please email Linseigh@NECsociety.org! We’d love to hear from you!