Lipoprotein(a) Awareness Day

The Family Heart Foundation established Lipoprotein(a) Awareness Day to raise awareness worldwide of elevated Lipoprotein(a), also known as Lp(a). On March 24, we will use the power of our voices so that everyone understands why they should #KnowLpa. Through national and local media, as well as social media engagement, we will draw attention to this important inherited disorder and encourage everyone to join the movement. And we need your help!

 

By sharing important information, we can empower all stakeholders to spread the word about high Lp(a) as an under-recognized cause of premature heart disease and stroke. Over the last 10 years, the Family Heart Foundation - together with our advocacy partners, clinical champions, and patient advocates – have reached tens of millions of people with life-saving information about Familial Hypercholesterolemia.

 

This March we can reach more people at risk for early heart disease and stroke with the first-ever Lp(a) Awareness Day and make a difference for those who may never have heard of this very common genetic condition.

Take action today and help millions living with elevated Lipoprotein(a)

Social Media and Printable Content

Below you will find this year's content for Lipoprotein(a) Awareness Day! Download and share on your Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter to spread the word. Or print and post them in your clinic or local coffee house.

  • Social Posts (Twitter/Facebook and Instagram)
  • Tweet-a-Thon Social Promotion (Twitter/Facebook and Instagram)
  • Infographics and Posters
  • Lipoprotein(a) Personal Stories

Terms of Use

The purpose of the Family Heart Lipoprotein(a) Awareness Day Tool Kit (Tool Kit) is to help volunteers and partners raise awareness of elevated Lp(a).

These materials are intended for use as is and cannot be altered without written permission from the Family Heart Foundation.

 

By using this Tool Kit, you agree to:

  • include the Family Heart Foundation logo
  • credit all patient stories to the Family Heart Foundation and retain the identification of Family Heart Foundation Advocates for Awareness
  • refrain from altering any of the materials — e.g. graphics, videos and social media posts, stories — without written permission from the Family Heart Foundation, this includes:
    • removing the Family Heart Foundation logo
    • adding your organization’s logo
    • changing the copy
    • swapping or adding images
  • adhere to copyright guidelines and style guide

 

If you have any questions about the above terms of use, please contact the Family Heart Foundation Creative Director, Susan Seim, at sms@thefhfoundation.org.

 

 

This Lipoprotein(a) Awareness Day Tool Kit was created by the Family Heart Foundation with funding from Champion Sponsors, Amgen and Novartis.

Amgen