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National EOS Awareness Week

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Easy Ways to Raise Awareness!


Social Media Badges

Change your profile pic on your social media pages to our National EOS Awareness Week Badge or by adding our frame to your Facebook profile photo by clicking on 'Add Frame' on Facebook and searching for 'National EOS Awareness Week 2018'.

Use the hashtags #NEOSW2018 and #eosaware on any social media posts you make during National EOS Awareness Week.

Take our Top 8 Challenge!

Purchase a Top 8 Challenge Badge for an $8 donation in honour of someone you know with an EGID and let everyone know why you are taking our Top 8 Challenge on 8/8!

Use the hashtag #top8challenge when posting about the Top 8 Challenge on social media!

National EOS Awareness Poster

Print and place our National EOS Awareness Week Poster around your child’s school, child care centre, doctor's surgery, pharmacy, local library, your workplace, community noticeboards – anywhere and everywhere you can think of!

Share our YouTube Video

You can help raise awareness by sharing the link to our YouTube video: 


Free Dress Day!

Ask your local school or child care centre to have a Free Dress Day for ausEE for a gold coin donation during National EOS Awareness Week to help raise awareness and much needed funds for medical research.

Every school and child care centre that participates will be sent free copies of our three Children's books for their library!

Share our Books

Buy a copy of one of our children’s books ‘Meet Arabella’, 'Being Henry' or 'Olivia and Kate' from ausEE’s online Gift Shop for only $8 (including postage) and take it to your school or child care centre to read to your child’s class. 

Why not ask if you can bring along a Top 8 Free morning tea to share with your child's class too (remember to ask about any other allergies kids may have in the class).

Share our EGID Resources

Send the link to our 'easy to understand' Eosinophilic Disorders Explained online resource to your friends, family, child care, schools, etc. to help explain EGIDs to them.

Or Contact Us to mail you some of our printed EGID Medical Brochures for you to take to your local doctor, hospital, registered nurse, specialist etc.

Email us at top8challenge@ausee.org and tell us how you got involved - send us photos of you celebrating National EOS Awareness Week so we can include them on our facebook page and highlight some of them in our e-newsletter.