Help us get #TeamUpSpeakUp Trending

Team Up Day Somerville.JPG

We won't change the culture on looking out for teammates' concussions unless we get people all across the country learning about and spreading the #TeamUpSpeakUp message. Will you do your part?

1. Share that you took the pledge using #TeamUpSpeakUp

Once you take the pledge to participate in Team Up Day, tell your friends that you're joining the fight against concussions by using #TeamUpSpeakUp. Tag friends that you think should take the Team Up Day pledge.

2. Take a teamie!

Chris Nowinski Rob Johnson

It's the lesser-known sibling of the selfie! Take a photo with your teammates with arms around each other and an index finger in the air, signifying that you're teaming up. Concussion Legacy Foundation co-founder and CEO Chris Nowinski and CBS Chicago's Rob Johnson took this teamie after Johnson pledged to #TeamUpSpeakUp.

3. Record the speech and share on social media

When your coach or team leader gives the speech on teammates looking out for one another when it comes to concussions, record the speech. Share it on social media using #TeamUpSpeakUp and tag the Concussion Legacy Foundation on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram so we spot it and share with our audience. Check out this amazing #TeamUpSpeakUp video from Tampa Prep!


Leading to a Safer Future

Contact Us

Concussion Legacy Foundation
867 Boylston Street, 5th Floor
Boston, MA 02116

(T) 857.244.0810 | (F) 781.790.8922

Keep in Touch


The Concussion Legacy Foundation accepts gifts of all types. You can help us make a difference.

Donate Now ›