February Awareness Months and Ribbon Colors

February is an important month for raising awareness about a range of social and health issues. From American Heart Month to National Wear Red Day, there are various awareness months and days in February that focus on different causes and issues. In this blog post, we'll take a look at the different colors associated with February's awareness months, their meanings, and an organization that supports each cause. Let's get started!

American Heart Month

Ribbon color: Red Awareness Ribbon Pin

Organization to support: American Heart Association

Black History Month

Ribbon color: Pan-African Flag (Red, Black, Green)

Organization to support: National Museum of African American History and Culture

National Eating Disorders Awareness Week

Ribbon color: Purple Awareness Ribbon Pin or Lime Awareness Ribbon Pin

Organization to support: The Renfrew Center

National Cancer Prevention Month

Ribbon color: Lavender Awareness Ribbon Pin

Organization to support: Libby's Legacy Breast Cancer Foundation

National Wear Red Day

Ribbon color: Red Awareness Ribbon Pin

Organization to support: Go Red for Women

National Donor Day

Ribbon color: Green Awareness Ribbon

Organization to support: Donate Life America

February is a great time to show support for these important causes. By wearing an awareness ribbon lapel pin or silicone wristband, you can raise awareness and support organizations that are making a difference. Whether you choose to donate your time or money, every little bit counts and makes a difference. 

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