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Awareness Ribbons Blog Series - Yellow Ribbons

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8/27 Awareness Ribbon Color - Yellow. Yellow has traditionally been the color to show support for our Troops, to raise awareness for POW/MIA, suicide prevention, missing children, missing persons, and also adoption. It also has a long list of other causes and diseases it shows support for.

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Awareness Ribbons Blog Series - Green Ribbons

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Awareness Ribbons Blog Series - Green. The green ribbon is used to represent bipolar disorder and over 45 other causes including global warming, text-free driving, cerebral palsy, medical marijuana support, Liver Cancer, and genocide

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Awareness Ribbons Blog Series - Blue (Royal) Ribbons

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8/25 - Awareness Ribbons - Blue (Royal) Blue is the color of the sky and water, but it’s also important for awareness ribbons. This color represents over 100 causes, including bullying, malaria, sex trafficking, rheumatism, and water safe

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Awareness Ribbons Blog Series - Orange & Amber Ribbons

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8/24 Ribbon Awareness Color - Orange and Amber. Amber, Amber is a precious gem and a darker shade of yellow. On an awareness ribbon, it stands to symbolize appendix cancer and pseudomyxoma peritonei. Orange, Represents ADHD awareness, multiple sclerosis, motorcycle safety, and many other causes

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Awareness Ribbons Blog Series - Teal

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Awareness Ribbons Blog Series - 8/23 - Teal Ribbons

A teal ribbon is used to raise awareness for ovarian cancer, rape, food allergies, Tourette Syndrome, and many other causes

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