The National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy
Established by the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, May 4, 2011 is the tenth annual National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy. This day is dedicated to raising awareness and getting teens to think about sex and recognize the consequences. If you are teen you can participate by going to stayteen.org where you’ll find different activities to do.
Support Funding for Evidence-Based Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs
If you are interested in supporting funding for evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention programs The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy provides access to Representatives and Senators who you can contact through their website stating your support for these programs.
NEDA walks are supported by the National Eating Disorders Association. These are non-competitive fundraising events to raise awareness and support for those suffering with eating disorders. You can particpate or volunteer in a walk by visiting thier website and finding one near you!
Planned Parenthood Action Fund
Plannedparenthoodaction.org is “the nonpartisan advocacy and political arm of Planned Parenthood Federation of America.” It is a nonprofit organization where you can find up-to-date information on the debate surrounding planned parenthood. If you would like to support Planned Parenthood you can also sign a letter to congress.
Drowsy Driving Prevention Week
Drowsy Driving Prevention Week is a public health awareness campaign to educate drivers on sleep safety. The campaign. You can find out more information and how to participate here.