Welcome, I’m Alanna Wong!
My mission is to improve the quality of life for those struggling or for anyone experiencing isolation by providing you with an online community to connect and engage; and a place to build a social support system. I’m happy you’re here…You Belong!
The You Belong mission was born out of my experiences of dealing with a life altering, unforeseen catastrophe, Kleine-Levin Syndrome. The beautiful outcome of such an experience has led you here in your quest for a social support system. My goal is to help you in these areas: building connections, creating engagement, and developing an online social community of friendship and support. These are exactly the three areas of support that changed my life. And I want to offer them to you, so that you may experience the same acceptance of belonging.
Belonging is the common thread that connects my mission topics-connection, engagement, and support. To belong, you must have a community. And I am so grateful to be able to provide a community that you can be a part of. Our community is a place where you are accepted and valued. It is a place where everyone wants good things for everyone else. And it is a place where growth and change is supported and same interests are shared.
Alanna Wong’s mission is to improve the quality of life for those struggling or anyone experiencing isolation by providing an online community to connect and engage; and a place to build a social support system. Alanna has spent the past six years dedicating her life to raising awareness for Kleine-Levin Syndrome (KLS) in an effort to help other sufferers. Alanna’s focus has been to raise funds for research, engage and connect with the community, and facilitate the KLS Foundation website. Alanna has created the You Belong Community and is writing her KLS memoir. She also works independently as an entrepreneur and Social Media Manager for other organizations.
Alanna has been featured in numerous media outlets including: Anderson Cooper, ITV London, Sunday Night (Australia), The Sun, The Daily Mail, and Seventeen Magazine (Singapore).
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