Rare Disease Day is day of global solidarity, marked each year around the world on the last day of February (the rarest day of the year) to raise awareness and to advocate for equity for rare disorders.
Since 2019, significant buildings and landmarks around the world have been illuminated on the last day of February in pink, green, blue, and purple - the colors of Rare Disease Day, to create a global chain of lights in support of all those affected by rare disorders and their families.
You too can Share Your Colours and join the #LightUpForRare campaign next Rare Disease Day by shining a beacon from your home, office or your town to help raise awareness.
There are many other ways you can get involved in Rare Disease Day to raise awareness and funds for support groups throughout the country. Get in touch with us today and we'll help you get organised.