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Kate Keene in Honor of Karen Sparks-Green, Joseph & Katherine Macari Foundation, Inc., I.A & Marjorie Morris, Roman Catholic Community at U.S. Naval Air Force Facility Atsugi Japan, Contemporary Protestant Community at U.S. Naval Air Force Facility Atsugi Japan, Gospel Protestant Community at U.S. Naval Air Force Facility Atsugi Japan, Rachel H. Newman, Bruce Weber Nan Bush Foundation, Inc., Edward & Lynn Schneider, Good Works, Alpha Graphic Design, Brian & Lynne Seitz, Hilton Head Preparatory School Student Clubs and Classes, Jane McGovern, Directed Electronics DBA Definitive Technology, Jayne & Donna Breast Cancer Fund, Inc., Camilla Smith, Brakeley Park Care Center, Danette Eliiot-Mullens DO, Terraco Inc., Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation, The Venue Scottsdale, James & Renee Halbleib, Constance & Rob Gross, William & Susan Merten, Apricot Lane Anchorage, Joan Porter, Sampson Family Charitable Foundation, Lexi (Age 10), Roopa Dalal, Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wautelet, Mr. Mathew De Sherbinin, Apricot Lane, Darlene Schweitzer, 7th Day Adventist Protestant Community at U.S. Naval Air Force Facility Atsugi Japan, NAF Religious Offering Fund, Nancy Gassler, Jean Wilking, Katherine Vickery, Cecil and Angela Daniels, Fulcher Therapeutic Massage, Robert S. Lorraine, Michelle R. Pettis, Kimberly Pusatere, W. R. Flasar, Linda & William Gewiss, Praise Chapel Ontario, Harriet Pedersen, Robert Beane, Norma Jean Walker, Mary Simpson, Lois Gagnebin Dresser, James & Cherri Taylor, Sarah S. English, Valerie S. Joseph, San Fernando Women's Club, Donald & Annick Deubler, Daniel & Joan Pfister, Paul & Julie Holewinski, Rosetta & David Galfus, Dennis & Ruth Sokol, Isabelle & Anthony Glander, Phillip & Karen Kuhl, Florence & Leila TTEE, Jane & Frank Warchol Foundation, Polly Lanham & Marketing Source, Dolores Arias, Edgar B. Marx, Susan J. Kasnic, Cynthia C. Schneider, Janet W. Sweeney, Daniel & Sandra Henke, Lorean Kay Hall, Renee Cable, E.C.Wolford, Brianna Hastings, Rose Viterbo, Mary Lee Archer, Dennis & Ruth Sokol, Willy Chamberlin, Eliot C. Nolen, Raymond Kufeldt, Paul & Julie Holewinski, Robert & Diana Craig, Barbara Sloan, Tony Pack,

Breast Cancer Awareness Month – Pink

During October, also known as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the color pink can be seen anywhere from national monuments to grocery store shelves. In Canada, pink ribbons raising breast cancer awareness can even be found on some 25-cent coins. Breast cancer pink has become an international symbol recognized by people everywhere.

Breast Cancer Pink

Breast cancer strikes both women and men, but women are 100 times more likely to develop the disease. Perhaps the reason pink is used to represent Breast Cancer Awareness Month and breast cancer awareness in general is the color’s strong association with femininity. One of the earliest uses of pink to raise awareness of breast cancer was in 1991 when the Susan G. Komen Foundation handed out pink ribbons at a breast cancer foot race in New York City. Since then, breast cancer pink has spread across the world.

Breast Cancer Pink Parties

One ways to raise awareness about breast cancer is through Pink Parties. These parties are often held by individuals, nonprofit organizations, companies, and philanthropic groups to benefit breast cancer research and awareness. These events are ways to raise money and donate time to a good cause while having fun. These events also help educate partygoers who might not know that breast cancer is the second most prevalent form of cancer in the world.

Breast Cancer Pink Ribbons

One of the most popular ways to show support of breast cancer research, prevention, and awareness is by wearing the pink ribbons that are widely available every October. The price of these breast cancer pink ribbons supports research, prevention, and awareness in much the same way as Pink Parties. The difference is that donors can purchase them easily and inexpensively from retail stores, and then wear them to display their support. Anyone asking about the pink ribbon can be educated about breast cancer awareness then and there. It’s an opportunity to donate and educate, all at the same time.

Breast Cancer Pink Products

The breast cancer pink ribbon program has spread rapidly since its beginning in the early 1990s. Today, pink ribbons can be found printed on credit cards, retail goods, cars, money, and countless other items. Corporations participating in the pink ribbon products campaign often donate a portion of their profits to groups that support breast cancer issues. The pink ribbons appearing on everyday goods help raise awareness during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It may seem that store aisles are suddenly full of pink products. You might even find pink cars in local dealerships!

These corporate sponsorships help raise awareness and give consumers the opportunity to show their support without having to make big sacrifices. All they have to do is choose to buy the breast cancer pink versions of the products that they regularly purchase at their retail stores. This could be anything from deodorant to packaged foods.

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