LIVING WELL FOR JIA
'LivingWell for JIA' is a fundraising campaign that promotes physical and mental health, all while raising funds to support kids with JIA.
Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA) is an autoimmune disease that develops in children and babies when something goes awry in the body’s natural immune system. The body starts attacking itself rather than defending against things like viruses. JIA has no known prevention or cure, and it causes a lot of pain for the young people who live with it each day.
Kids with JIA have to work extra hard to maintain their physical and mental health. We need your help to make sure they receive the support they need to live well with their condition!
Have you got what it takes to start 'Living Well for JIA'?
Sign up now for your own 'Living Well for JIA' fundraising page. What you choose to do to 'live well' is up to you... it could be nourishing your sole with a box of chocolates and a good book on a Sunday afternoon, or improving your physical wellbeing by running an entire marathon before breakfast… what ever you like to do to ensure you are living well. It's that easy... find ways to Live Well, then share it on social media and ask your friends to donate to your fundraising page! #LivingWellForJIA
Rather just make a Donation?
If you don't have time to run a fundraising page yourself you can donate to a friends page or simply make a tax deductible donation to Arthritis Tasmania using the button above. All donations over $2 are tax deductible and you will be emailed a receipt from Arthritis Tasmania as soon as your donation processes.
Let's work together to help Tassis kids living with JIA!