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Donate one tweet each day to support meningitis awareness and prevention.

Meningitis is a preventable illness, and we can save lives by spreading awareness.
Will you support this cause by lending your voice? Tweets will be sent by the National Meningitis Association automatically, so you can sit back, relax, and help all at once. All tweets sent on your behalf will be attributed to NMA. You can cancel at any time by simply revoking this application on Twitter. Click Here to Get Started →

Common Questions:

What type of tweets will you send?
Nothing controversial, we promise! Tweets will typically include information about how to prevent Meningitis, symptoms, treatment, and vaccination. Because we care so much about adolescent health, we may also include Tweets about other vaccine-preventable diseases. Tweets may also include recent news or developments in the medical field.

How do people know if one of my tweets is from the National Meningitis Association?
When we send a Tweet through your account, it will be clearly marked with "via Donate Tweets to Meningitis", which links to this page.

How do I cancel?
Simply revoke this application on Twitter. Under Settings, go to Applications, find "Donate Tweets to Meningitis" and click Revoke Access.

Ready to get started?
All you need to do is sign in through Twitter, and we will take care of the rest! Click here to donate tweets.

Examples of Donated Tweets

#Meningitis hits hardest in late winter and early spring. Now is the right time for vaccination http://bit.ly/w3T8qE
Know the symptoms of bacterial #meningitis: fever, headache, stiff neck, nausea, vomiting, rash... http://bit.ly/vDK2qm
The CDC recommends #meningitis vaccination for all preteens at 11-12 http://bit.ly/tlUR01
Want to know common signs and symptoms of meningitis? Check this out: http://bit.ly/vDK2qm
Check out this video about how #meningitis affects the body http://bit.ly/w3T8qE. Learn about prevention.

Recent Tweets by the National Meningitis Association

This web page and the materials for this program are supported by unrestricted educational grants to the National Meningitis Association from GlaxoSmithKline, Merck & Co., Inc. and Novartis Vaccines.