We are looking for volunteers of all types to give a few hours of their time to help make this an amazing day. See the volunteer roles and sign up to volunteer here.
Help give a group of very deserving teens a day they, nor you will ever forget. We have the chance as a community to come together and show what the power of 'good' is able to do!
Sweet Sixteen Party Info
In order to make this the party of the year, your help is greatly appreciated! Make a straight financial donation (100% of proceeds go directly to the event or to give the many of the teens who can't afford it, the opportunity to attend).
Most, if not all decisions being made about our health are being made by notes written by one else, 5-6 times a year without our input being valued at all.
Like the spectrum itself, the stories of families with kids on the spectrum are vast. They range from defining autism, to the day-to-day family struggles, to the wonders of the rare child prodigy.
Being diagnosed with a chronic disease is as much if not more an emotion or mental diagnosis as it is a physical one. It typically brings with it two universally understood reactions. One, run and hide from it. Two, stand and fight it. But Lauren Rowe shows us that there is a third way, to lean in to it, own it and make it sexy.
We talk a lot about doing good. Doing good is at our core. It is critical to living out our vision; so important in fact, that Go Do Good is our chosen tagline.
But how will 'doing good' humanize and change healthcare. How will it become the thing that makes HealthBeMe THE place for everything associated with your health?
YOU COULD BE NEXT...
Your story matters. That's why we honor people just like YOU loud & proud at Webe Days! Let us know the real you by signing up to become a #webe & let the good vibes roll!
Inspired by the Never Nola story, Forever Callie is a love story that symbolizes the connection between you, Callie, and your grandfather. It represents your passion for fashion, your undying devotion for Callie, and your families amazing story of eternal love.
Tatiana-Haas Castro has Multiple Sclerosis (MS). For 19 years, this shitty disease has tested, challenged, weakened and stolen from her. But the thing that makes Tatiana quite an amazing human and one of our heroes is...she never allows MS to kill her spirit. While, MS has taken so much from Tatiana, it has also inspired, awakened, strengthened and given to her.
The Rare Bitch Project is a fun way for us to be able to honor some truly awesome women. We make it fun so people will watch it but don't let the quirky concept fool you, we are 100% serious about how much we respect and admire these women. Each woman that we have honored here are amazingly selfless and persistent. They have each persevered... these women are indeed RARE!
Even though there are hundreds of thousands of people in the US and millions world-wide with MS, as a community, MS doesn't have that one unifying symbol for those outside of the community to recognize. Not taking anything away from the Breast Cancer Community whatsoever, but we don't see the designated MS orange as a symbol for this amazing group of people like we do with the iconic pink for breast cancer awareness. The MS community doesn't have its Susan-G.-Komen. But it does have Andrea Jackson, a woman who is doing amazing things to help support and honor the orange family!
Yes, I am writing this letter and it is addressed to you but it's purpose and desired impact are much bigger. This letter is on behalf of the people who aren't getting what they need from healthcare. It is for all of the people who are uninformed or unaware with regards to their health. But more specifically, I am writing to you because we want to join forces. Together we can help individuals who have MS become more educated and aware of HSCT and fight to bring greater access to HSCT as a attainable treatment option for all. Basically Randi, we want to make you The Face of HSCT.