Apple Season Is Almost Here – Help Us Make It A Good One!

The Feeding Edge and Art Apple A Day will be celebrating two years of bringing you grassroots awareness campaigns like

Art Apple A Day

Apples For AS

Hope & Apples

Walk Your A.S. Off

and our latest IAAM Ace’s

All geared to share more about Spondylitis with the world. Here are some of the ways we’ve accomplished that with your help.

If you have loved our free programs please consider showing your support by purchasing one of these fantastic Commemorative posters that can be signed personally to you from Jenna. We’re working on developing our current programs and implementing new campaigns. But we need you to help us take them to the next level.

This poster was created last year for the fundraiser we did for SAA.org in New York City. We still have a few left but they won’t last long and we’ve now cut the price in half to $25 plus tax & shipping. These were $50 just yesterday! Unfortunately for right now I can only send them to people in the US for this price (the poster comes rolled in a tube to stay flat and that makes it very costly to ship.) If you would like to get one and live outside the US, please use the contact tab on the left side of this page and I can quote you a special price.

Beautiful large 24″ x 36″ gloss art poster commemorating a YEAR devoted to making art to support Spondylitis Awareness.

 

Would You Like Jenna To Sign Your Poster?
Signed specially for:

 

 

Your support would mean the world.

 

Have a beautiful and peaceful day!

 

 

 

 

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2 comments for “Apple Season Is Almost Here – Help Us Make It A Good One!

  1. Mom
    August 15, 2012 at 6:51 pm

    Jenna –

    You work so hard to bring awareness for AS. I love you and admire you more than you can imagine. And I am so grateful that your Dad and I have met so many people whom we admire. You’ve opened doors of understanding for us. We are different people because you and so many others suffer from AS and many other debilitating conditions and diseases. We are different people because of your journey.
    You are our hero.
    As for Apple A Day, we lived every day of that year with your apples and your trials. To create an image and a blog EVERY day for a year – no time off for the weekend – PLUS create a website and record stories for Hope and Apples when you were working more than 14 hours a day to do both – what an accomplishment! You brought spirit, love, talent and dedication to both projects. You will have this forever as will all the people who printed your apples and posted them on their walls, their refrigerators, their office spaces and wherever they could. How many people told you they printed this one or that one or had them every where? What a gift from you! I know they brought a ray of sunshine or many hours of sunshine into so many lives. For me, your blogs were insightful, made me think, or laugh or taught me something I didn’t know. I love them and will never know how you did it. Every day your Dad and I were amazed – and blessed to share it.
    Our family and the people who supported you at the Apple A Thon will forever be enriched by sharing with you at the end of that year long journey. Despite all the obstacles, we had the most wonderful, loving time in NYC. It was made sweeter because we overcame so much negativity from part of your community who could not love and trust and who actively sought to bring you down. Why? That is the worst of social media. Anyone can say anything. They are to be pitied. That is the sad part of the story. Thankfully, we could come together as a family and as friends to bridge that frightful experience and move on to the best part which is all the family, friends, connections and positive influences which have supported your efforts.

    I loved this video when you first made it and I loved watching it tonight. You have joy. We share it with you. Thank you.
    Walk Your AS Off was a wonderful project, too. And I know you have given your time, your support, your art and art supplies to many, many people. You and Doug have both given your time and your financial support to make all these projects happen. You have given and given and given. And you have received emotional and loving support from people whom you’ve met along the way who have given back to you. I know you now need to spend time taking care of your emotional as well as your financial lives. We all do. That’s OK. There are new paths. Never doubt it. XOXOXO Mom

    • August 15, 2012 at 7:47 pm

      Thank you Mom. I will never be able to find the words to thank you for all that you give to me. You were the one who taught me the joy of giving. You taught me how to love and how to care for people. I wish so very very much everyone was given the gift of a truly wonderful mother. I know how very blessed we are.

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