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Sign the pledge, then share it to spread the word about scleroderma.

Take the pledge to make others aware of scleroderma – what it is, what it does, and how they can help. Then share your pledge on social media to encourage others to spread the word, too.

Want to do even more? Sign up for our Thunderclap social media promotion for World Scleroderma day.

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You can also:

  • Share the social media posts in our
    Scleroderma Aware toolkit
  • Participate in fundraising events with friends
  • Share scleroderma articles and news reports with others


DISCLAIMER: Your contact information will be shared with our three scleroderma partners: The Scleroderma Foundation, Scleroderma Canada and the Scleroderma Research Foundation.



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Let’s find a cure.

There’s nothing easy about scleroderma. This autoimmune disease, which has no known cause or cure, causes hardening skin, stiff joints, digestive issues, lung scarring, kidney failure, and in the worst cases, death.

But here’s one of the hardest things about scleroderma: because so few people are aware of the disease, researchers don’t get the resources they need.

That’s why we need you to speak up. Take the pledge to spread the word about scleroderma. You can tell a friend. You can share on social media using our toolkit of ready-made posts. You can even start a fundraiser. Do as much as you can – every voice counts.

Before people can care, we need to make them aware. Speak up for scleroderma today.

What Is Scleroderma Aware?

Scleroderma Aware is an annual joint initiative of the Scleroderma Foundation, Scleroderma Canada and the Scleroderma Research Foundation to raise awareness of scleroderma around the world.

Want to learn more?

Get Help Now.

For scleroderma patients, many forms of help are available: treatment centers, support groups, fundraising events, news on the latest research, downloadable resources and more. Go to any or all of the sites below to learn more.