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Sign Up Now! Mind, Body, & Soul Wellness Challenge

Kick off endometriosis awareness month on March 1st with our Mind, Body, Soul Wellness Challenge! Participation is simple: do what makes you feel good every day while tracking your steps and progress. You could walk, do yoga, meditate, volunteer, journal, or any other healthy activity—all while fundraising for endometriosis advocacy and education. Plus, our friends at Hormone University created a stellar wellness planner to get in the habit before the challenge starts on March 1st. Grab it here!

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How To Speak Up For Yourself at the Doctor’s Office
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Take notes, ask questions, stay firm. Endo advocate and writer Catherine Vanacore wrote a helpful guide on how to advocate for yourself at the doctor’s office, tailored specifically for our pandemic times when it’s even more intimidating to visit a doctor. Here are key steps you can take to boost your self-advocacy skills before, during, and after your visit.

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Endo Abroad & COVID-19: Two New Episodes of EndoTV

This week, Diana Falzone spoke with Doris Murimi, CEO and founder of the Endo Sisters East Africa Foundation, about menstrual health policy and endometriosis education in East Africa. We’re also excited to share an episode featuring Dr. Purvi Parikh, infectious disease doctor at NYU Langone Health, who treats COVID-19 patients, speaking about vulnerable populations and vaccines.

Battling the Invisible Monster: Jenna Hudock’s Endo Story

“Imagine being my age,” Jenna Hudock writes, “with no outward appearance of being physically sick, and using a cane to walk.” In her powerful story, Jenna details her battle with endometriosis. Today, Jenna is pain-free and wants to help others: “The most important piece of advice that I can offer is to always advocate for yourself. Listen to your body and know that there is help.”

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Job Alert! Director of Fund Development

EndoFound is seeking a highly skilled, experienced, and results-oriented development professional for the role of Director of Fund Development. Reporting to the Executive Director and working closely with the EndoFound staff, this newly-created position will be a key member of the team.

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Gifts that Give Back: Valentine’s Day

Visit the EndoFound Shop to find the perfect Valentine’s Day gift for you or someone you love!  Between now and 2/15, use VDAY21 for 15% off. 100% of proceeds support EndoFound’s many programs and help create a brighter future for all those affected by endometriosis.

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Do you have a birthday coming up? Celebrate with EndoFound! Click here to set up your Facebook birthday fundraiser. With your help, we can continue working towards increasing endometriosis awareness, education, advocacy, and research. Thank you to everyone across the country who has fundraised in support of endometriosis.

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