TELL YOUR STORY
Don't forget, every day is a Day of Awareness for VBF, so it’s
not too late to plan a Day of Awareness event this year. Contact VBF
about your event.
Every birthmark tells a story. Please share your story with VBF.
If you, your child, family member, or a friend has been affected by a
vascular birthmark, let others know it impacted your life. Was VBF able
to help you receive treatment and support?
Ways You Can Help
- SPONSOR A FAMILY
- ORGANIZE a Day of Awareness
Event in your community.
- Click on the TELL YOUR STORY
link to read the latest stories and to learn how you can submit your
- DOWNLOAD EVENT DOCUMENTS and
BANNERS. The banners can be copied/pasted into documents for mailing
campaigns or downloaded to your website.
- Join the Buddy Booby Read-Along.
Click on the link for more information.
- EVENT SUGGESTIONS. (pdf)
Get ideas on fundraisers and how to organize your event.
- Don't forget to REGISTER
YOUR EVENT and ORDER MATERIALS. Click on the registration link
for easy registration and product ordering.
Please join VBF at the 3rd Annual “Walk/Run
for Birthmarks” Annual Challenge 2011
Friday Evening, May 13, 2011
The Crossings at Colonie
580 Albany Shaker Road
Loudonville, New York 12211
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
This event will feature a 1 Mile Walk and USATF Certified 5K Run
as well as plenty of festivities geared for children and adults
including vendors, food, and entertainment.
VBF is pleased to announce that Mirkovic, Lambert & Associates
is our Event Sponsor for 2011. Please save the date and come out
to support VBF!!! We hope to see you there!
For more information click on
where you can register or support other individuals or families
who are participating.
Don't forget to check the Event Calendar to see how VBF friends
and families are celebrating Day of Awareness. Registered Events include:
- Buddy Booby Read-Along
- Texas Hold 'Em
- Cell Phone Recycling
- Garage Sale
- Bake Sale
- Letter Writing Campaign
- Jeans Day at Work
For information regarding Corporate Sponsorship for VBF International
Day of Awareness, contact VBF firstname.lastname@example.org