Tomorrow is the beginning of a very important event. The entire month of May is Brain Tumour Awareness Month and people from around the world would help #TurnMayGrey to raise awareness. Many supporters would wear grey (or post pictures of themselves with grey filters) and hold fundraisers or events to raise awareness. The colour grey represents brain cancer, so for my book launch tomorrow, I will be sporting my grey shirt and sharing information about the #TurnMayGrey initiative to my audience.
Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada, along with other global foundations, began their outreach last week to remind people to #TurnMayGrey starting on May 1st. Many of these foundations posted this question: How would you help #TurnMayGrey? So, here’s my answer.
This year, I will help #TurnMayGrey with the release of my novel, ‘Hold on please, Emily’ and the accompanying novel soundtrack, ‘Songs of Hope.’ Also, I started a campaign to raise awareness and confirmed that a portion of my book proceeds will go to Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. As I launch my authorship career with my first published book, I also launch a monthly digital magazine that will help spread hope worldwide. Further, I plan to build a team of supporters (Team #HoldOnPleaseEmily) that believe in my mission to raise awareness for brain tumours by educating, empowering, and inspiring others.
My goal for May is to have a successful book launch and build a team that will walk with me on June 27th for the Brain Tumour Walk to raise awareness. Also, I will support the #TurnMayGrey initiative by posting on social media with this hashtag throughout the month.
So, follow me on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter and watch how I will help #TurnMayGrey. Get your copy of ‘Hold on please, Emily‘ tomorrow and sign up for my newsletter to read the inaugural edition of ‘Hold On‘ coming tomorrow too.
Let’s #TurnMayGrey together and help #EndBrainTumours.