Shire and The Haemophilia Society are excited to announce the My Life in Pictures campaign.
The My Life in Pictures campaign would like to collect visual representation from people who can tell us what it is really like to live with haemophilia. No one understands this condition better than those who experience it.
We’d like to create a collection of visual moments that help the haemophilia community tell their story and in doing so, create one voice to raise awareness of haemophilia and educate society about the condition. These moments may take the form of photographs, pictures, or drawings.
How you can take part
- Anyone who is affected by haemophilia can take part; patients, carers, families, nurses, clinicians etc.
- Share a visual representation of your life with haemophilia, these moments may take the form of photographs/pictures/drawings/words
- To accompany the picture/photograph etc, and to help tell your story, please describe what the graphic represents in a few words (150 words max), you could include:
- What does the picture show?
- What has been your motivation?
- What has been the biggest challenge for you?
- What is your biggest achievement?
- What is your wish for the future?
Please share your submission via firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also use this address for any questions that you have regarding this campaign.
Alternatively, submissions can be posted to:
Freepost My Life in Pictures
PO Box 75022
Following your submission, you will be sent an agreement for you to review and sign that will outline Shire’s use of your entry to support the My Life in Pictures campaign, as outlined above.
C-APROM/UK//1739 May 2018