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BOH's tips for raising awareness in your community:

  1. Print off one, or both, of the fliers below and ask your local MP to print some copies for you to place in your local shop windows.
  2. Use the fliers and / or ask us to send you some brochures, to use at your local schools fete.
  3. Have a BBQ or sausage sizzle and ask your friends to bring friends who don't know about the condition.

                     Double CRPS Info Sheet          A3 Poster

There are probably lots of other ideas so if you have any please let us know - email admin@tpbf.org.au

EVENTS:

Have an event coming up you would like to promote? 

Let us know: admin@tpbf.org.au

If you are raising money at your event, please note; only approved, registered, not-for-profit events will be promoted.

The Purple Bucket Foundation Inc., is committed to providing support and concise information relating to complex regional pain syndrome, and other chronic pain conditions.

​Registered with the Australian Charities commission we, like all other non profit organisations, charity organisations and charitable organisations, are unable to continue without charity donations and members. 

The spoon theory is a disability metaphor used to explain the reduced amount of energy available for activities of daily living and productive tasks that may result from disability or chronic illness. Spoons are an intangible unit of measurement used to track how much energy a person has throughout a given day.

Written by Christine Miserandino www.butyoudontlooksick.com

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