Feb 26 2015

World Autism Day Wristbands

Raise Awareness with Custom World Autism Day Wristbands

The annual World Autism Awareness Day is April 2, 2015. As part of April as Autism Awareness Month, autism organizations around the world celebrate World Autism day with a variety of fundraising and awareness-raising events. Make custom World Autism Day wristbands part of your event. Choose your message, custom color or colors, and even add custom artwork!

Messages for World Autism Day Wristbands

Tailoring your bracelets to your specific event will help raise awareness create more participation. You can even use it to raise money for your event, or as admission into your event. Create a simple message such as "World Autism Day 2015" or something inspirational, such as "Standing Strong for Autism Support" or "Hope – Courage – Love".

Autism Awareness Wristbands

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Feb 24 2015

Suicide Prevention Hotline Wristbands

Spread the Word about the Suicide Prevention Hotline

The number for the national suicide prevention hotline is 1-800-273-8255. According to resources at www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org, callers can talk to a skilled, trained crisis worker who will listen and provide information about local mental health services. Calls are confidential and free. Suicide prevention hotline wristbands can help people in crisis have instant access to the hotline number.

Suicide Prevention Hotline Wristbands

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Feb 22 2015

Child Abuse Awareness Wristbands

Help End Child Abuse with Awareness Bracelets

Child abuse is heartbreaking and, unfortunately, more prevalent than most people realize. Statistics indicate that nearly 700,000 incidents of child abuse occur each year. The worst cases make the news, but many more children that we hear about are suffering every day. Experts suggest that a key to preventing child abuse is to have resources available for families at risk of abuse. One way to get the word out about these programs, and gain funding for them, is through the use of custom child abuse awareness wristbands.


April is Child Abuse Prevention Awareness month, and dark blue is the accepted color for child abuse awareness. National Child Abuse Awareness Month began in 1983, following acts in Congress to protect children from abuse. Child abuse and neglect awareness activities are promoted across the country during April of each year. In 1989, the Blue Ribbon Campaign to Prevent Child Abuse began as a Virginia grandmother's tribute to her grandson who died as a result of abuse. She tied a blue ribbon to the antenna of her car as a way to remember him and to alert her community to the tragedy of child abuse. The Blue Ribbon Campaign has since expanded across the country to pay tribute to children who have died as a result of child abuse and in support of efforts to prevent abuse.

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