Fight for the Cause Online

PHer at PHA BlogosPHereThe Internet can be a powerful tool in the fight against PH. Online tools make it easy for you to raise awareness and funds for PH — all from the comfort of your computer chair. Here are some ways to get involved.

Advocacy Action Alerts

Email your senators and representative in support of federal funding for PH research and education through PHA’s e-advocacy tool. Take action online

Web of Friends Personal Fundraising Pages

Setting up a personal fundraising page is free and easy. Personalize your page with your PH story then invite your friends and family to support you by sending the link across the country – or the world – in just minutes. Raise awareness and funds for PH online


Become a fan of PHA’s Facebook Fan Page then like or share our posts with your network of friends. Share with your Facebook friends | 10 Ideas for Spreading PH Awareness on FacebookLearn how to fundraise through Facebook


Follow PHA’s Twitter feed and retweet our tweets to your followers. Tweet, tweet, tweet | Ideas for Raising Awareness with Your Social Networks

Blogging & Other Social Networking Sites

Subscribe to PHA Daily Beat via email or RSS and share the information with your friends on other social networking sites or write about it on your personal blog. Share info from PHA Daily Beat



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