International Angelman Day is February 15
Over 50 organizations world-wide come together on February 15 to raise awareness for Angelman syndrome and honor our loved ones with AS.
On this page, you’ll find ways you can help spread awareness and educate your community about Angelman syndrome.
Below, find ideas and tools to help you spread awareness leading up to and on International Angelman Day.
Light It Up Blue
Many famous landmarks are regularly illuminated in different colors to commemorate events and charitable causes. Lighting up a landmark becomes a public display of community support for the cause.
Find tips and guidelines to have a landmark light up in the Light it Up Blue Toolkit.
If you know of a landmark that will Light Up Blue, let us know!
Customize and Share
Personalize in Canva and share on social media or hang at your office or school. Add a photo of your loved one with AS, so friends and family recognize the individual in the photo!
Make sure to use #InternationalAngelmanDay #AngelmanDay2024.
How to Personalize
- Select a template below to open the template in Canva. (Canva is a free-to-use online graphic design tool.)
- Click the button below it to Use template for a new design.
- Watch a short video tutorial for more.
For Children and Schools
Here are worksheets you can use with your children and their friends, or use in school to talk and educate about Angelman syndrome!
Click to open the image and right click to download.
Buildings and Landmarks Lighting up Blue in 2024
This list continues to grow, as we hear more confirmed sites.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Bridge
Fort Wayne, IN
Baltimore City Hall
Lowry Avenue Bridge
France Avenue Lights
James S. McDonnell Planetarium
St. Louis, MO
Wells Fargo’s Duke Energy Center
Las Vegas, NV
City Hall Clock Tower
The Peace Bridge
Syracuse University Dome
Dublin Link Bridge
Great American Ballpark
University East Building
Cumming Home Water Tower
State Capital of Pennsylvania
Milwaukee County Historical Society