May Is Arthritis Awareness Month

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Throughout the month of May, we invite all of our sisters, friends and family to join us for National Arthritis Awareness Month. We will share ways to get involved as well as statistics and educational information throughout the month! This will include how we partner to support the community impacted by arthritis, including AOII’s commitment to the Arthritis Foundation, 2022 Walk To Cure Arthritis, how you can raise awareness, and the Arthritis Foundation’s Insights survey for those impacted by arthritis.

AOII & The Arthritis Foundation

Our partnership with the Arthritis Foundation over the past year has been in full support of the arthritis community especially the Juvenile Arthritis Community. In a year impacted by COVID-19, the tremendous fundraising efforts of our collegiate and alumnae chapters remained strong. Because of this, AOII’s giving levels were consistent with previous years. Click the link below to read the Spring 2021 To Dragma article about AOII’s significant impacts throughout 2020-2021 and learn more about chapter fundraising efforts!


2022 Walk To Cure Arthritis

Make your move to change the future of arthritis today. The 2022 Walk to Cure Arthritis signature event is just around the corner — and it’s a great way to honor those who rock your world, as well as other caregivers and the nearly 60 million Americans who battle the disease. Be part of the fun by registering or joining a team now. Together, let’s raise crucial funds for arthritis research, resources and a cure!


Social Media Graphics

Join us in helping to raise awareness around how arthritis affects those impacted and how we can work toward a cure together by sharing our awareness graphics.


Arthritis Foundation Live Yes! INSIGHTS

Arthritis steals everyday joys, forcing many who battle it to say No to the things they want or need to do. But there are ways to say Yes instead of No. Yes to fighting for our community and making connections that count. Yes to advancing research for better treatments and a cure.


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