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for Angelman syndrome

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Together we can Shine a Light on Angelman syndrome!

Many famous landmarks around the world are regularly illuminated in different colours to commemorate certain events, including internationally recognised events and charitable causes.  Lighting up a landmark becomes a public display of community support for the cause. This will always reach a wider audience and generate further media interest.


Families from the Angelman community around the world have successfully approached their local authorities to ask for their local landmarks (buildings, bridges or natural landmarks) to be lit up in BLUE on 15 FEB, for International Angelman Day. All of this helps to raise more awareness for Angelman syndrome. 


The more people who get to know about AS, the more opportunities to raise funds for your national AS organisation - so they can fund further research and resources. Raising awareness for Angelman syndrome can also help to promote social change for inclusion.


So please look around and see what landmarks you could light up in BLUE in your part of the world.  It is always worth asking or giving it a go yourself!


See below for more ideas. 

Click on the links below for some of the media coverage on landmarks lit up in BLUE to help raise global awareness for AS on International Angelman Day:

International Angelman Day - Argentina

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