Light up the world for
Rare Disease Day®
Rare Disease Day will continue to be a bit different this year as the ongoing pandemic limits our plans to meet in person.
There are many ways we can come together even if we don’t do so physically. Being part of a global chain of lights in recognition of Rare Disease Day is one example. You can be part of it either by helping to light up monuments and buildings near you in Rare Disease Day colors (blue, green, pink and purple). You can even light your own home in these colors and encourage your friends and neighbors to do the same.
Hundreds of places and people have been a part of growing the global chain of lights. Will you join us too?