Take Part in Undiagnosed Children’s Day

Every year, approximately 6,000 children are born with an undiagnosed genetic condition.

Through the work of Syndromes Without a Name (SWAN UK), these children and their families receive the support they need in the form of local community networks, meetups and information.

On April 24th, you can help support the vital work SWAN UK do by taking part in Undiagnosed Children’s Day, a special nationwide event which aims to increase awareness of undiagnosed genetic conditions and raise funds to support the initiative.

There’s still plenty of time to get involved, whether it’s holding a fundraising event, sharing the Undiagnosed Children’s Day event on Facebook or changing your social network picture to feature the #undiagnosed balloon and your photo. Here’s Monkey’s new profile image, which Monkey and his team at Monkey HQ will be sharing on Twitter and Facebook:

Undiagnosed Children's Day 2015

To create your own #undiagnosed profile image and find out more, visit the Undiagnosed Children’s Day 2015 event page or the SWAN UK website.

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