Doing Good Together
Celebrating 10 Years & Excited For 10 More!
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Together We Make a Difference
The AE Alliance is built on people working together, doing good things and making a difference.
It was 10 years ago, December of 2012, the Alliance emerged from the collaborations of families living with Autoimmune Encephalitis. Together, they vowed to change the patient experience, accelerate diagnosis and improve treatments, support families coping with the disease, and promote scientific and clinical research that eventually leads to a cure. Since our inception, we have made significant progress toward this vision.
2022 was a year of listening, learning, evaluation and growing our community. As we enter our second decade, we look forward to developing our programs with the ongoing collaboration of the entire AE community: patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals, researchers and AE advocacy partners.
Look below and learn how your dollars make program specific differences in the lives of people impacted by autoimmune encephalitis. (NOTE: (1) You can specify the amount you prefer to give. (2) The amount donated is not tied to a specific program.)
We ask that you support our efforts into 2023 with a gift on Giving Tuesday, November 29, 2022 or during the month of December. No matter how big or small, your contribution truly makes a difference in our ongoing ability to meet the needs of the AE community.
Help us meet this goal by making a gift and spreading the word.
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Doing Good Together since 2012
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Thank you AEA for all the good things!
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Continuing To Do Good Together In 2023
AE to Advocacy
We all have the ability and the right to advocate. Whether speaking to family, friends, colleagues, classmates, physicians, policy makers, etc., we can all be empowered to share our stories and build awareness around AE in our own personal way. Despite a rising number of patients diagnosed with autoimmune encephalitis each year, few people have heard of the disease. Let’s work together to build awareness of AE with the general public, policy makers, and even the medical community. In 2023, discover what motivates you to advocate and when and how you want to share your story (or not).