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FED UP! International Overdose Awareness Day

Organized by emily.walden@feduprally.org
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District Tri-Blend T-shirt

2021 FED UP! IOAD T-shirts

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All funds raised will go directly to FED UP!
$380 raised
40 items sold of
50 goal
Thanks to our supporters!
$25
District Tri-Blend T-shirt, Unisex - White
District Tri-Blend T-shirt
Unisex - White
Organized by emily.walden@feduprally.org

About this campaign

Overdose deaths in the USA soared to a record 93,000 last year in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, nearly a 30% increase from 2019. The FED UP! Coalition is organized to send a single, unified message to the Federal Government, demanding action to end this major public health crisis. Our concept is simple. There are countless organizations and individuals, including parents and friends of lost loved ones, state coalitions, nonprofits, and large corporations, all insisting that the Federal Government take immediate and sustained action to end America’s opioid addiction epidemic.

The opioid epidemic is having a catastrophic impact on families and communities, and is placing tremendous strain on our healthcare system and businesses as well as all levels of governments. The FED UP! Coalition provides a platform to amplify our messages into a single, unified effort to hold the Federal Government accountable. The FED UP! Coalition does not, and never will, accept funds from pharmaceutical companies or the trade organizations lobbying on their behalf. FED UP! is known for hosting and organizing annual opioid rallies in Washington D.C. and across the country. International Overdose Awareness Day (IOAD) is a global event held on August 31st each year with the purpose to raise awareness of overdoses, reduce the stigma of drug-related deaths and acknowledge the grief felt by families and friends. Once again this year, FED UP! is spearheading, supporting and promoting dozens of local rallies in communities throughout the country.

Please buy a bunch of these commemorative, two-sided 2021 IOAD/FED UP! t-shirts for your local event or purchase a t-shirt just for yourself. Orders must be submitted via Custom Ink's website by August 4th and t-shirts are expected to be delivered no later than August 20th. All proceeds benefit the non-profit FED UP! Coalition and help us carry out our mission to call for immediate, comprehensive and sustained Federal action to end the opioid addiction epidemic. Thank you for your support!

Supporters

Elizabeth schmid 1 item + $10

My oldest son lost his battle with the disease of addiction on Christmas Day, 2018. My husband and I found him.

Carrie Martin 3 items

I have 2 daughters in recovery

Anonymous 1 item
Elizabeth Ann Wagner 1 item + $10

Lost my adult daughter 5 years ago to an overdose. We cant let this crisis be ignored.

Mark Jenkins 4 items
Michelle Sawyer 1 item + $100

We lost our 22 year old son Micah Hamlow-Sawyer (10/16/1996-6/21/2019)

Patricia Mitchell 1 item

I lost my beloved son Chase Frei on 5-6-2017 due to an overdose.

William Collins 1 item + $25
Ashley E Collins 1 item

I love so many people who suffer with addiction. My professional work is in helping people with addiction. I have lost many people to addiction.

tony LaGreca 2 items

i am a member

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