Continue making an impact

Although the official event is done you can still be a part of making change. If you did not get a chance to participate in the online activities, check them out here!

Online Lyme Event Part 1:

Online Lyme Event Part 2:

Candlelight Vigil

Activities

Activity 1: Send a Letter to the CDC

Activity 2: Send a Letter to the NIH/HHS

Activity 3: Petition for a congressional Hearing

Activity 4: Write a Letter to your senator! 

Use this button to use a pre-written letter, or write your own! 

Activity 5: Voter voice is unfortunately no longer available.

Activity 6: Social Media Activity

Post a picture of yourself getting treatment on any and all social media platforms with the hashtag #notcoveredbyinsurance #chroniclymeisreal

Activity 7: Tell your Story

Tell your Lyme story on HeadUP. You can write a story or post a video recording from other social media sites like Facebook

Activity #8: Candlelight vigil activity

Post a picture of a candle with the hashtag #wewillneverforget #honorthefallenlymewarrior

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Thank You to Our Sponsors

We want to take the opportunity to write a special thank you to our sponsors for their financial support to make this event happen. We could not have achieved this momentous goal without you. We would like to take the time to highlight two of our sponsors here. Thank you for supporting the Lyme Community.

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Mile High Title Company

— An experienced Colorado-focused title research company. They set out to develop a comprehensive, local solution for title companies around the globe that needed reliable, cost-effective title research in Colorado.

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Lyme Center of Marthas Vineyard

---- Lyme Center of Martha’s Vineyard is a place to get free information about Lyme Disease and the other common tick-borne infections and their prevention and treatment.