On 1st of September the CLL community is coming together to launch the first World CLL Day (WCLLD21) to give those affected by a diagnosis of Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) a much needed voice, raise awareness and improve understanding of the challenges involved in living with this blood cancer.
This year the campaign’s core messages are focusing on raising awareness about the vulnerability of CLL patients and other immune compromised people during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We are pleased to announce that the dedicated campaign website is now live with campaign materials at https://www.wclld.org where you can learn more about this first ever World CLL Day, how to get involved and enable access to downloadable campaign materials for use in your Social Media posts and other online channels. World CLL Day Social Media materials have been created for you in different languages (English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, and Czech).
To ensure World CLL Day has maximum impact, please DO NOT post campaign materials prior to Wednesday, 1 September 2021! Materials are being provided exclusively to help members and supporters prepare their own communications around World CLL Day and shape their local activities.
This is an important day for the CLL community and especially for those affected by a diagnosis. Chronic lymphocytic leukemia is the most common of all leukemias and is poorly understood. Let’s work to change this together on September 1st.
WHAT CAN I DO NOW AND DURING THE RUN UP TO SEPT 1st?
WHAT CAN I DO DURING WCLLD ON SEPT 1st?
Thank you for coming together during WORLD CLL DAY at this challenging time for CLL patients. Let’s start off Blood Cancer awareness Month by making CLL visible on September 1st and cement this day in everyone’s diaries for the future.