Join a community of advocates across the U.S. to educate your elected officials and influence public policies that affect brain tumor patients and survivors now and in the future. Your voice makes a difference!
Public policy advocacy is communicating to government officials on behalf of patients, care partners, and all of us who have a stake in eliminating brain tumors. Some advocates email elected officials from home. Many also attend meetings with legislators in-person and call them on the phone.
You can advocate for the brain tumor community for just a few minutes or several hours at a time. In just 10 minutes you can email or tweet members of Congress, call both your Senators and U.S. Representative, and tell a friend about what you did and ask them to do the same. Advocacy can be done all year around. It also complements your participation in brain tumor-related events including Rides, Walks, and Races.
Fill out this form to become an advocate and receive information about advocating for the brain tumor community.