Go Gray in May

May 1, 2016

In honor of National Brain Tumor Awareness Month, we are encouraging our community of brain cancer research supporters to "Go Gray in May"! We’ve come up with fun and simple ways for you to show your support and we encourage you to try as many as you’d like. Even better, come up with your own creative ideas and tell us about it!

PURCHASE YOUR OFFICIAL "GO GRAY IN MAY" T-SHIRT

The easiest way to Go Gray is to wear gray clothing (such as gray shirts) throughout the month and be sure to let people know what you are doing. Click HERE to buy a #GoGrayInMay t-shirt.

Buy your "Go Gray in May" t-shirts by 4/18 so that you can wear them throughout the month of May, doing your part to draw attention to a cause that's important to you! Click HERE to purchase your shirt.

You can also Go Gray in May by making signs, stickers or buttons to draw attention to your efforts, and explain to your friends, family and coworkers why you are doing it. Be creative and encourage others to join you!

SHOW YOUR FRIENDS HOW YOU GO GRAY USING SOCIAL MEDIA

Your Facebook Cover Photo and Facebook/Twitter/Instagram Profile Picture are great ways to share with your friends and family the things that are important to you. We’ve created a number of great options that you can grab and “donate” the spaces for the month of May. Click here and pick your favorite or create your own!

Use #GOGRAYINMAY and show your support. Follow @braincancercure for updates and information on brain tumors. Show us how you GO GRAY using social media! Tweet #GOGRAYINMAY as often as you can! Share important awareness facts to highlight the need for research.

Here are some great sample tweets:

Sample Tweet #1: RT if you didn’t know: May is Brain Tumor Awareness Month. Awareness will accelerate the search for a cure! #gograyinmay
Sample Tweet #2: There are 120 types of brain tumors, but 1,000's of shades of gray when it comes to how each of us are affected #gograyinmay
Sample Tweet #3: Brain tumors are the 2nd leading cause of cancer-related deaths among children & teens. #gograyinmay for brain tumor awareness month

DONATE AND SUPPORT PIVOTAL BRAIN CANCER RESEARCH

Visit abc2.org/join-us/donate to donate any amount of your choosing.