June cancer immunotherapy awareness month

June 06, 2024

Raise Awareness About Blood Cancers: Get Involved Today!

Blood cancers, such as leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma, affect millions of people worldwide. Raising awareness about these diseases is crucial to improving outcomes for those affected and advancing research towards finding cures. Here are some ways you can make a difference

One of the most impactful ways to contribute to the fight against blood cancers is by starting a fundraiser. Fundraisers can help generate the financial support needed for leukemia research, patient support, and advocacy efforts. You don’t need to organize a large event to make a significant impact; even small, community-based activities can bring people together and raise substantial funds.

Consider hosting a bake sale, charity run, or running your own personal fundraiser on behalf of organizations like the Children’s Leukemia Research Association. Platforms like Facebook Fundraisers, where you can choose CLRA as your nonprofit, make it easy to set up and share your cause with a wide audience.

Engage your friends, family, and community by sharing personal stories of how blood cancer has affected lives and why their support matters. Every dollar raised brings us closer to better treatments and ultimately, a cure.

Educate Yourself and Share

Knowledge is power, and educating yourself about blood cancers is a vital step in raising awareness. Understanding the symptoms, treatment options, and challenges faced by patients can help you become a more effective advocate.

To further your education, you can visit CLRA’s Resources Page which offers valuable information for patients, researchers, and donors. This comprehensive resource is designed to equip you with the knowledge you need to support and advocate for the blood cancer community effectively.

Once you’ve educated yourself, share that knowledge with others. The more people know about these diseases, the better equipped we all are to support those affected and push for advancements in treatment and care.

Advocate for Awareness

Advocacy plays a critical role in driving policy changes and securing funding for blood cancer research and patient support programs. By becoming an advocate, you can help influence decision-makers and raise public awareness about the importance of supporting blood cancer initiatives.


Raising awareness about blood cancers requires a collective effort. By starting fundraisers, volunteering, educating yourself and others, and advocating for change, you can make a significant impact in the fight against these diseases. Every action counts, and together, we can create a world where blood cancer is no longer a life-threatening condition.

Remember, the journey to awareness and change begins with you. Get involved today and be a part of the movement to end blood cancers. Your efforts can save lives and bring hope to countless individuals and families affected by these diseases. Let’s work together to make a difference!