I Love #oneof15M

15 million people in the United States have ADHD. I love one of them, and I bet you do too. CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) is a nonprofit that provides valuable and authoritative information to all affected by ADHD, as well as those in their communities, like schools, parents, and employers. As the number of individuals with ADHD grows, so does the cost of performing their mission.

So, CHADD cleverly started a hashtag campaign to raise funds: #oneof15M. What I love about it, is that it also raises awareness, and the ADHD community can use all the help we can get improving ADHD awareness.


In the last few days, I've seen many photos of people with the #oneof15M hashtag infiltrating my social media feeds. Parents, kids, spouse, adults, and coaches were just some of the people I saw helping the campaign gain momentum with their own #oneof15M photos. Even an Arizona beauty queen.

Ricochet and I had to join in!


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