July is National Cleft and Craniofacial Awareness Month

Alexis GiannattasioACPA News

This week, ACPA will begin celebrating National Cleft and Craniofacial Awareness Month-the time to spread awareness of the 1 in 700 children born with cleft each year and those born with craniofacial differences.

There are many ways to participate in awareness month, whether it’s sharing your story, becoming an ACPA Awareness Ally, contacting your local government or making a gift to support the programs that ACPA offers through the THRIVE campaign.

Stay tuned to ACPA’s social media for upcoming awareness activities including ACPA community stories, ACPA Awareness Ally spotlights and ACPA Cleft Courage Bear giveaways. Share your activities with ACPA for a chance to be featured on the blog and/or social media.