An event hosted by the Shepherd Foundation, letter from Catharine Young, CEO. For more information visit: https://www.rarecancertoolkit.com/events
In a time where our voice matters more than anything, I wanted to personally invite you to our follow on event from the congressional briefing next week Wednesday October 28 12-1PM EST, to learn how to influence Congress, hone your story and create major impact. We have an incredible speaker lineup from a Nobel Peace Prize nominee, a global healthcare communications expert, a Capitol Hill healthcare policy advisor, and two powerful patient and caregiver activists. While the event is geared towards rare cancer activism, it really is designed for anyone who has a cause they care deeply about and want to be part of enacted and sustained change.
The event is free, and open to everyone! You can register for it here: https://bit.ly/34i0v0Y and also find more information on our rare cancer toolkit: https://www.rarecancertoolkit.com/events
- Lessons learned from starting a civil rights movement from a Nobel Peace Prize nominee
- Why your individual voice matters and the power behind galvanizing a community
- How to formulate your own story to influence impactful and meaningful change
- Do’s and Don’ts from a Congressional viewpoint
- How to conduct effective advocacy to move legislation in Congress