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Raynaud's and Scleroderma affects millions of us yet we often remain undiagnosed or left to deal with the impact alone.

During February, Raynaud's Awareness Month, we're calling on everyone affected to unite and create a world where there is much greater awareness and understanding of the two conditions and their impact, a world where diagnosis happens earlier and much better treatment and care is available to everyone who is affected.

Get Involved

Together, we can create a better world for people with Scleroderma and Raynaud's. During February we need you to raise your hands and help increase awareness and understanding of Raynaud's and why it is important that everyone knows the signs and symptoms to look out for.

Below are some of the things you can do.

Cosy Up with Coffee and Cake

During February help us raise vital funds by organising a coffee morning. This is a great way to bring friends and family together, enjoy cake and coffee and support the work of SRUK.

Sign up and receive your free 'Cosy Up' pack.

Cosy up with a Coffee

Bag yourself a free pair of thermal socks

For every purchase made through our online shop during February we will send you a pair of HeatHolders socks for FREE. Thanks to HeatHolders for the support.

Every penny raised through the shop supports the work of the charity.

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Our live chats

For Raynaud's Awareness Month we will be kicking off our live chat series. On the last Tuesday of every month we will be joined by a specialist talking about a key topic on Scleroderma and Raynaud's. Read about our first live chat with Tonia Moore, Chief Vascular Technician from Salford Royal.

Read live chat question and answers on Raynaud's

Share your Story

Raise your hands for Raynaud's Awareness Month and share your stories and experiences of Raynaud's. Have your say and tell us via this form about Raynaud's and managing at home, treatments, or Raynaud's and work.

I have a story to tell

Raise your hands together as part of the Community. Join in with Raynaud's Awareness Month activities and sign up to receive the SRUK E-News.

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