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  • Crohns and Colitis Awareness Week 2017

    “It’s not just a bowel disease.”

    Join with us in helping people understand the full impact of crohns and colitis on children and their families.

    In our recent survey, many people expressed their frustration at the lack of understanding of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Whether it was teachers who don’t acknowledge the constant fatigue and tiredness, or friends who think it just means someone has a dodgy tummy, we want to show the reality of IBD to everyone, so they understand the many effects it has on children’s bodies and minds, and the wider effects on families.

    If you would like to get involved, there are lots of ways you can help.

    Share Your Story

    You can share your story, by writing or with photos or video. Have a look at our page on telling your story or download our Story and Consent Forms:

    Photo and Video Consent Form – CICRA 2017

    Your IBD Story – CICRA

    Spread the word on social media

    You can update your social media profiles with our twibbon or headers

    https://twibbon.com/Support/its-not-just (Link to Twibbon to use on Twitter or Facebook profile pictures)

    Header / cover photos for Facebook profile (click the pictures for the full size, choose the one you like the most)

     

    Header / cover photos for Twitter profile (click the pictures for the full size, choose the one you like the most)

    During the first week in December, post on social media about your experiences

    Or you can use our picture post:

    Display a poster at school or in work

    Posters to display in your workplace or take to school (click the pictures for the full size)

    A4 portrait poster CCAW17

    A4 Landscape poster CCAW17

    Join the campaign

    Keep an eye out for our week-long campaign from 1-7 December, when we will be raising awareness with a series of stories about what it is really like to have crohns and colitis. These will feature real people, so submit your story today!

    Our work to improve the lives of children and young people with IBD is only possible because of the generous support we receive. Please consider making a donation so we can do more and help more children and their families.