The National Meningitis Association (NMA) welcomes the opportunity to collaborate with corporations, government agencies, non-profit organizations and others to expand the reach of important messaging regarding meningococcal disease awareness, prevention and the urgency of immediate treatment following diagnosis.
As an organization committed to increasing awareness of meningococcal disease, NMA conducts a broad range of educational initiatives designed to reach parents, adolescents, medical professionals, media and other community members with important information regarding the disease.
Through a network of trained spokespeople in regional markets nationwide, including physicians, meningococcal disease survivors, and mothers of children who have either died or live with the effects of the disease, NMA looks to communicate the real impact meningococcal disease can have on a family and community.
Below please find a sample of potential partnership opportunities:
- Educational Online Resources – Materials ranging from fact sheets and template materials, to educational videos and interactive Web components that are designed to educate both consumers and medical communities (i.e., physicians, nurses, staff, parents, patients) about meningococcal disease.
- Promotional Events – Various events (e.g., walk-a-thons, school PTA presentations, hospital seminars) nationwide designed to raise awareness about meningococcal disease.
- Awareness Materials – Items intended to raise public awareness such as brochures, awareness bracelets, letters, flyers, and posters.
- Legislative Efforts – Resources available to increase disease awareness and encourage mandates surrounding meningococcal disease at city, county, state, and national levels.
- Media Outreach – Designed to provide local and national media outlets with important meningococcal disease information to aid in the development of stories on the disease via media interviews and PSA campaigns.
- Public Speaking – To help put a “face” to meningococcal disease, our network of trained spokespersons can address the importance of prevention and rapid, appropriate treatment to a variety of audiences/at a wide range of events, including parents, students, healthcare providers/during corporate events, school functions, and health forums.
Please contact us to discuss potential collaboration opportunities. We look forward to working with you.
Lynn Bozof, President
Phone: 1.866.366.3662 (1.866.FONE.NMA)