Join the Conversation to Expand Routine Pre-Natal Screening!

22qAndYou: Revolutionize Prenatal Screening

Are you ready to join hands with mothers, families, & advocates to raise awareness of 22q and transform the landscape of prenatal care? While more women than ever have access to non-invasive prenatal testing which helps screen for various chromosomal disorders in a baby, many providers do not screen for common microdeletion syndromes. One specific condition that is rarely screened for is 22q11.2 deletion syndrome (22q). 22q, the most common cause of DiGeorge syndrome, is a chromosomal disorder caused by a microdeletion of the 22nd chromosome that often leads to multiple birth defects and later onset conditions including learning differences and behavioral health problems.

While 22q11.2 deletion syndrome was once thought to occur in 1 out of 4,000 births, it is now recognized that the syndrome has likely long been underdiagnosed. There is currently no cure for 22q, but early identification of the syndrome and early treatments can address the health concerns that develop as the child grows.

All expectant families deserve to be armed with accurate knowledge on potential genetic conditions and informed maternal care options. Apply to help rewrite the narrative of 22q and champion the cause in your community!

Create Account


Already have an account? Log In

Working with People First

The easiest way to become a paid Content Creator

Browse and apply to participation in paid social media campaigns, no matter how many followers you have.

  • Step 1

    Find paid opportunities from
    your favorite brands and orgs
    for any social media platform

  • Step 2

    Follow the campaign direction,
    submit your draft content,
    and receive feedback

  • Step 3

    Publish content to your platforms
    and get paid, safely and securely,
    within 10-15 business days

Our Difference

Find paid opportunities on all your channels

Whoever you are, whatever your story may be, there’s a place for you here on any platform