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Wristband Roundup

 

When is giving to charity a fashion statement? When your donation gets you a wristband to raise awareness for the cause.

Yellow
Lance Armstrong Foundation - "Livestrong"
In support of cancer education, advocacy and research

Red
ALS Association - "Strike Out ALS"
Multiple Sclerosis Society - "Hope - nationalmssociety.org"
Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS - "Make a Difference"

Pink
American Cancer Society - "Making Strides Every Day"
In recognition of breast cancer
Breast Cancer Research Foundation - "Share Beauty Spread Hope"
Komen Foundation - "Sharing the Promise"
In support of breast cancer reasearch and outreach programs

Purple
American Cancer Society - "Celebrate Hope"
In memory of those of have lost their lives to cancer
American Lung Association - "BreathEasier, ActNow"

Orange
American Cancer Society - "Livefree. Smokefree."
In recognition of lung cancer

Gray
American Cancer Society - "I Am Strong"
In recognition of cancer survivors, those undergoing treatment, and their caregivers

Pink and Blue tie-dye
March of Dimes - "Saving Babies"

Blue
American Cancer Society - "Fear Nothing"
Big Brothers Big Sisters - "Race for the Kids"
In recognition of the organization's Race for the Kids

Light Blue
V Foundation - "'Don't Give Up…Don't Ever Give Up'"
In support of cancer research

Green
American Cancer Society - "Fuerza y Esperanza"
In recognition of the Latino community's higher rate of late cancer diagnosis