The Light it Up Blue campaign is a global initiative to help raise awareness and shine a bright light on autism as a growing public health crisis.
Three Ways You Can Light It Up Blue!
- Visit the Boone Fetter Clinic booth near the entrance to the HBO Café on March 29 – 30 to participate in April’s autism awareness activities, including “Wear Blue to Work Day” and Walk Now for Autism Speaks.
- To help raise awareness about autism, please join us for “Wear Blue to Work Day” on Monday, April 2. We’d love to see any photos that you take of you and your team sporting blue for this important cause. Remember to snap a picture and share it with us on Facebook or Twitter!
- Register for the 10th annual Walk Now for Autism Speaks event that’s taking place at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena on Saturday, April 21 at 10 a.m. It’s free to register and participants are encouraged to fundraise. Visit the Team Page of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles to register, sponsor a colleague or find out more information.
For information about the Boone Fetter Clinic at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, click here.
- Family and friends are encouraged to share information and stories about autism with one another and through various social media platforms.
- Businesses are encouraging their employees to wear blue to work and to decorate their offices and shared spaces.
- Many landmarks and iconic buildings like Rockefeller Center’s Top of the Rock Observation Deck and Madison Square Garden in New York City, Hôtel de Ville in Paris, France, the famous Tokyo Tower in Japan, Canada’s CN Tower, the Sydney Opera House in Australia and Michigan’s Mackinac Bridge will be “going blue” for autism.