Fight For Fifty During Arthritis Awareness Month

Help Us Fight for 50 During Arthritis Awareness Month!

May is National Arthritis Awareness Month, and this month, we’re asking you to join us in our fight for the more than 50 million Americans with arthritis.

Arthritis is the number one cause of disability in the country. This means that 1 in every 4 adults, more than 300,000 children and countless families and loved ones are affected by arthritis. So how can you help?

We want you to tell us your story. Tell us why you fight – about the struggles you face and the daily challenges you overcome. Tell us why you strive to be a Champion of Yes or how hard it might be for your friends or family to truly understand what it’s like to live with this “invisible” disease. Let your voice be heard!

Even if you aren’t the one in four who has arthritis, you know someone who is. You owe it to your child, spouse, friend or grandparent who struggles each day. Tell us about their unique story and let us know what obstacles they face or have had to overcome. Help us spread awareness and shine a light on the realities of life with arthritis – and share inspiration with others to let them know they’re not alone!

After you share your story, be sure to share our cause – and make a donation.

Together, we can fight for those who can’t always fight for themselves. Together, we can raise awareness and funds to pursue a cure that will conquer arthritis once and for all. Together, we can Fight for 50!

Support Our Partners

In recognition of Arthritis Awareness Month, CVS Pharmacy is donating $1 to the Arthritis Foundation for each of these brand products sold, up to a maximum of $200,000. Help support our partners!

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2 thoughts on “Help Us Fight for 50 During Arthritis Awareness Month!

  1. My friends daughter has juvenile arthritis, we were all planning to go out today to a place in the UK called hamsterlea Forrest but their daughter (and due to this disease the rest is the family) can’t make it as she has pain in her ankle. Are they right in letting her rest or would exercise be better for her?

  2. My name is Nicole this July my baby girl Aubrie will be turning 3 .she was diagnosed with idiopathic jra about a year and a half ago .she struggles daily and thus disease effects all her joints she started into things world a a normal child had met all he milestones then one day we noticed her nit wanting to get off the sofa then she couldn’t turn her neck and couldn’t step down 2 steps My daughter’s a warrior she’s been inn many different meds and some have failed her..she’s now on actrema infushions and able to have good days she’s still not the best.but our Dr Kaleo Ede is and he has the best ideas and the greatest heart and I have faith that one day with his help my princess will be pain free and not struggling daily with Jra

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