During Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we are asking all women to pose like Rosie The Riveter and share pictures with us and all social media
October brings national Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We recognize the fighters, survivors, family, caregivers and take a moment to remember those no longer with us. On that note, I challenge everyone to post pictures of themselves as “Rosie The Riveter” in her famous, defiant pose to stand up to Breast Cancer. Please post pictures on our Facebook and on all social medias with hash tags #rosieposeforbreastcancer.
>> Are you up for the Rosie Pose challenge? I challenge all women to help bring increased awareness for Breast Cancer by posing like cultural icon Rosie The Riveter.
Pose Like Rosie The Riveter and wear our shirts
In Memory of the children lost to cancer
“September is childhood cancer awareness month. I became painfully aware of childhood cancer 9/21/1997. The day my 1 year old daughter Casey was diagnosed with leukemia. I was 21 years old at the time, I was in college, raising my daughter alone. My knowledge & resources were limited. What we had, was each other. She endured terribly painful tests & intravenous & intrathecal chemotherapy treatments, in hopes of a cure. She endured this year after year, only to relapse over & over again. At age 3, the doctors decided that a bone marrow transplant was her only chance, luckily, I was a perfect match. Except she never got the transplant. She passed away waiting for her turn in the transplant unit at the children’s hospital in Ann Arbor. I wasn’t aware of any other options. She passed away because of this monster of a disease killed her. I think when writing these articles, it’s important to not only showcase the smiling kids holding signs that they successfully kicked cancers butt, but these unfortunate victims as well. These children should be the poster children for childhood cancer awareness, because it’s these children that needed it, and will continue to need it the most. Make people aware that only a very small portion of money goes towards childhood cancer research. Make people aware that not every kid kicks cancers butt, that not every child survives. Make the other mothers like me known, so that the next one will have a knowing shoulder to collapse upon. This is what my childhood cancer story looks like. Thank you.” ~Christy Kalso
For your next Cancer Awareness Walk or other causes, we have a large variety of awareness ribbon shirts to get your cause noticed from Fight Like A Girl to I Will Never a Give Up popular slogans and more. We are cancer survivors and advocates who work together to design awareness ribbon shirts and gifts with slogans that will make an impression for your cause. We have a knack for it because we are actual cancer survivors who personally understand the plight of a cancer patient and those who fight other diseases. We offer bulk pricing for groups including customization of our original ribbon designs to support your cause from cancer to disease awareness and more. Our store is Hope & Dreams Cancer Awareness Ribbon Store at www.hopedreamsdesigns.com - please contact us for bulk pricing or custom requests.
Cancer Awareness Shirts
“Giving up was never an option. I had to face cancer head on with strength, determination and faith.” ~Ann (Cancer Survivor)
Fighting two battles with stage IV cancer was the hardest thing I’ve ever faced in my life. I knew when I woke up from my biopsy back in 2005 that I had to fight with all my strength. I also knew in my heart that my cancer was aggressive, but I was defiant and had every intention of winning my battle. It was not easy, but my strength, determination, faith and my family kept me going strong. To all those fighting cancer or diseases, fight with all your strength, determination and faith.
March is Endometriosis Awareness Month
March is Endometriosis Awareness Month: Wear it to support Endometriosis Awareness Month this upcoming March. Check out our Endometriosis awareness t-shirt collection at www.endometriosistshirts.net – Ideal for those who will be walking for awareness month or to help raise awareness for Endometriosis. NOTE: More than 176 million women worldwide are affected by Endometriosis. “In a push for more public education and funding of women’s disorders that cause pain and infertility, an internationally coordinated effort called the Million Women March for Endometriosis will occur worldwide on Thursday, March 13, 2014, in dozens of international capitals, as well as on the National Mall in Washington, DC.”
Inspire hope while raising awareness for Colon Cancer with our Hope butterfly design available on shirts, apparel and gifts featuring a butterfly ribbon design set in a portrait style from http://www.hopedreamsdesigns.com
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