We Are At The Beginning Of Change…
Saturday April 20th 2019


Awareness Bands

In order to spread the word about thyroid diseases and endocrine health, both of which are so important (especially according to the statistics: 20 million or more people as of yet undiagnosed in the United States alone), Dear Thyroid has created our very own AWARENESS BRACELETS. They are not purple. They are a variation on autoimmune and thyroid awareness colors. Think: purple/blue/gray.

The main slogan says “Invisible No More“. Underneathm in small letters, it says “DearThyroid.org.  (slogan created by Liz Schau).

These bracelets are our gift to you from Dear Thyroid, (Katie, Joanna, Melissa, Nicole, Sarah and Tony), in the hopes that you will continue to spread awareness about thyroid diseases and thyroid cancers.  In wearing them and proudly proclaiming that yes, we are members of the jacked thyroid club, we can educate others. Not only that, but we can help those unwittingly suffering at the hands of one of these diseases and, hopefully, even prompt them to get tested and seek answers.  Also, in a way, it can help us personally — as a cathartic means of accepting the state of our health, and as yet another way of coming together as a community of survivors.  After all, we’re all in this together!

EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1ST: To place your order, please send a SASE (self addressed stamped envelope) to:

Attn: Katie Schwartz

Attn: Katie Schwartz

Dear Thyroid

POB 867

Beverly Hills, CA 90213

Because Dear Thyroid endeavors to become a non-profit organization, we therefore do not accept any revenue or donations of any kind until we are an official non-profit. As much as we appreciate the outpouring of generosity to donate funds for bracelets, we graciously decline and thank you.

So, who wants one?! We have plenty!!!


Dear Thyroid

*Photo credit: Rebecca DeWitt

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