Go green! Think CDG! ©Campaign

Go Green

Go green! Think CDG!©

is a CDG community campaign that encourages people to use green on May 16, to show support for children and adults affected with Congenital Disorders of Glycosylation (CDG).

​Wear green, decorate the house with green lights, and put green ribbons and balloons on trees. Turn the town green for our CDG children and adults. Get creative. Put May 16 on the map HERE

​Let’s work together to spread the word about CDG, increasing research efforts and pushing us closer to more treatments and cures!

Go Green!

Make Noise!

If you prepared an action for the Go green! Think CDG! ©Campaign:

  1. ​Take a picture. You can hold one of our handprints available HERE.
  2. And now you can post on social media by tagging your posts with #WorldCDGDay #CDGGoGreen and tag @WorldCDGOrganization, so we can feature it as well. And follow us on Facebook and Twitter

Think CDG! ©Campaign (see example below).

Suggested Social Media Posts for #WorldCDGDay #CDGGoGreen

  • #WorldCDGDay: I wear green for CDG children and adults! Proudly supporting May 16 as World CDG Awareness Day.
  • #WorldCDGDay: I go green for CDG children and adults! Proudly supporting May 16 as World CDG Awareness Day.
  • #WorldCDGDay: I put green for CDG children and adults! Proudly supporting May 16 as World CDG Awareness Day.
  • #WorldCDGDay: I go green for CDG children and adults! May 16 is World CDG Awareness Day. Show you care, be aware!
  • #WorldCDGDay: I wear green for CDG children and adults! May 16 is World CDG Awareness Day. Show you care, be aware!
  • #WorldCDGDay: I put green for CDG children and adults! May 16 is World CDG Awareness Day. Show you care, be aware!

Why green?

Green is an emotionally positive color, giving us the ability to love and nurture ourselves and others unconditionally. This is what CDG families do every day with strength and determination!
 

“The garden of love is green without limit and yields many fruits other than sorrow or joy. Love is beyond either condition: without spring, without autumn, it is always fresh.”
by Rumi​


Join us in supporting all of the families who have a beloved one with CDG.  Help us raise awareness.


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