Help us to raise much needed awareness of the devastating condition Necrotising Enterocolitis.
Here’s how you can get involved in raising awareness this May:
Download your fundraising resources: Fundraising Resources | www.necuk.org.uk
Signup to Fundraise for NEC UK and receive a Fundraising Box in the post.
Raise Over £100 in donations and receive a free Running vest.
Order your NEC Awareness Ribbon & NEC UK Merchandise at our Store
Join our mailing list , Subscribe to our blog
If you’re on Facebook, use the NEC UK FB Frame for NEC Awareness Day
Get creative Light up your window Blue or Green, create a fantastic window display “Because Tiny Bowels Matter” and send us your photos! Resources available from Our Website.
Take part in our colouring challenge, colour in a teddy bears picnic, movable bear or one of our Charity buntings. Downloads Available at : https://www.necuk.org.uk/nec-day-downloads Send your picture in to: https://www.necuk.org.uk/family-sharing-form We have a little treat for all entries so please remember to send in your address details.
Rock Painting: Raise awareness by painting rocks, hide these, display these or you may just want a small gift to give to your family to honour a loved one.
Blue or Green: On May 17th, don't forget to support NEC UK by wearing blue and green in honour of #NECDay It can be anything from clothing to ribbons to hats to sparkly green and blue lights , if you want to wear your blue and green before please do and be sure to share a picture with us we would love to see them.
Share your photos and stories of how NEC has impacted your life, Our goal is to empower families and clinicians, researchers etc to join the international community that is working to build a world without NEC by sharing videos throughout social media.
Make a Donation to NEC UK
Create a Facebook fundraiser or donate to NEC UK
Do you have a NEC story you want to share? Tell us here
You can join our movement by following us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, subscribing to our email list, and making a donation. You can also read more stories from families impacted by NEC on our Family Stories page.