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THERE ARE MANY WAYS YOU CAN HELP TO SUPPORT TEENS FOR TOMORROW AND PREVENT TEENAGERS BEING TAKEN AND DEVASTATED BY MENINGITIS AND SEPTICAEMIA...

Protect yourself

Teens for Tomorrow urges all young adults to get the vaccinations available to them, including the paid for MenB jab, as well as the MenACWY vaccine provided by the NHS. Once you’ve had your vaccination, encourage a friend to do the same. Or why not go together?

Know the signs

Ensure you know the signs and symptoms associated with meningitis and septicaemia. It can strike fast, so knowing your stuff could help save a life or even your own. If you are concerned that you are showing signs of meningitis, seek medical help immediately.

Fundraising

Help us on our mission to prevent teens being taken and impacted by meningitis & septicaemia. Turn your passion into an opportunity to raise money, challenge yourself and raise funds, or hold an event and bring people together to support the cause. Fundraising isn’t just about the money, it’s about raising awareness too.

Download Posters

Our eye catching, teen-focused posters are a great way to raise awareness of signs and symptoms and encourage young adults to get vaccinated. Download them for free today and put them up around your school, college, university, youth club and everywhere else to help save lives!

Show your appreciation

Our partners at Meningitis NOW work closely with those affected by meningitis to help rebuild their lives. Since the early 1980s they have funded more than £12million of vital research into meningitis. Donate to them today or consider raising money through a fundraising event!

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Teens for Tomorrow works in association with Meningitis NOW as a signposting organisation to ensure young people know the facts around meningitis and septicaemia. Teens for Tomorrow is not a medical organisation and is not a charity.

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