Non-Cancer Ribbons

May 2016 • Written by Positive Promotions
Make a Statement, Support a Cause with Colorful Ribbons

By wearing colored ribbons, everyday advocates have an instant way to show a commitment to the causes that matter most in their lives. Whether recipients have been affected by diseases like HIV or are survivors of child abuse or domestic violence, these tiny ribbons provide the chance to raise awareness and make a difference. Each ribbon color corresponds to a cause and represents a show of support for survivors and their families. Give out ribbons to donors at fundraising events—or, wear them as daily reminders of the important moral and health issues in our society. Below are 10 causes and their associated ribbons.

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AIDS/HIV:
Red ribbon
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Asthma:
Gray ribbon
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Disabled Adults:
Burgundy
ribbon
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Anti-bullying:
Teal ribbon
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Attention
Deficit
Hyperactivity
Disorder
(ADHD):
Orange ribbon
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Domestic
violence:
Purple ribbon
Ideas for Promoting Awareness of Child Abuse Prevention Month
Anti-tobacco:
Brown ribbon
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Autism: Ribbon with multicolored puzzle pieces
Ideas for Promoting Awareness of Child Abuse Prevention Month
Dyslexia:
Silver ribbon
Ideas for Promoting Awareness of Child Abuse Prevention Month
Child Abuse:
Royal Blue
ribbon