How to Raise Breast Cancer Awareness Most Effectively

According to the statistics, 1,676,600 of new breast cancer cases was diagnosed among women worldwide in 2012. As the specialists indicate, breast cancer is the most common type of cancer among women in both developed and developing countries, which means that women all over the world must go for a check-up regularly. Unfortunately, many women are not aware of the previous facts, which calls for a serious raise of awareness worldwide.

image 4Learn about Cancer

Nobody would be able to raise awareness on a certain issue if he or she are not informed and familiar with the subject. Therefore, it’s essential that anyone who wants to spread the word about the seriousness of the illness, learns about the symptoms, treatment and results in any previous research. Choose from the vast choice of web sites, books, pamphlets and scientific magazines, and learn all the important information about this ruthless disease.

A Fundraiser

Creating a fundraiser is a great way to raise awareness about breast cancer. These events are the perfect opportunities to connect with numerous experts, meet others in the breast cancer community and raise money for research on curing and preventing the cancer. Organizing an event on the beach that will incorporate fun and exciting activities could turn out to be a very beneficial soirée. Paddle boarding, for example, is an excellent activity that would precede a cocktail and lunch, where all the benefactors and volunteers can share experiences in fundraising, treatments, and research.

image 3The Social Media Impact

Every year during the breast cancer awareness month, the entire Internet is filled with campaigns regarding this issue. Join the campaign of many big corporations and web sites, and feel free to share every piece of information on your profiles. This way, you will let others know that you feel strongly about raising breast cancer awareness. Tweet, post on Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and every other media available to make sure everyone who sees the post gets informed about the huge spread of breast cancer worldwide.

The Pink Ribbon

Wearing the symbolic pink ribbon on your clothes indicates that you are willing to raise awareness about breast cancer. It’s one of the best ways to make people interested in the subject and share your knowledge on this issue with them. Apply the right approach while talking to them, and make them want to learn more in the future, by reading about it or talking to those who have managed to survive the cancer. Feel free to make your own ribbons, and hand them out to anyone else who is interested in raising a breast cancer awareness.

image 2Promotional Materials

Numerous companies have the tradition of introducing products with the pink ribbon on them, such as custom shirts, that will be sold in order to raise money for breast cancer research. Not only do they sell shirts but also cups, mugs, pillows, cosmetic bags, and many other products that are useful and practical. You could also make your own customized products, such as pink bracelets, decoupage boxes, jars, and many other items that you can sell and donate the money to the foundation that supports the cause.

With the breast cancer being most common type of cancer in women, it is essential that people take serious actions in raising awareness and funds for further research. Whether you choose to wear a ribbon, attend the fundraiser, spread the word through social media or buy a mug with a pink ribbon, it will make a difference and can help raise awareness of many women. Increasing awareness on prevention, early detection, research and support can help numerous families worldwide stay healthy, or fight the disease and join the community by spreading the knowledge they have.

 

 

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