Headwear for Breast Cancer Fighters, Survivors and Thrivers
A pink hat says so much more than liking a bright color ¿ most people recognize pink as the color of breast cancer awareness advocates and survivors.
Add a pink ribbon to a hat or headband and it becomes an undeniable symbol of hope, strength and courage. The right hat can send a powerful, positive message. And whether you wear a pink hat to a breast cancer awareness event or wear it daily, you're showing support for an important cause.
More Than a Pretty Color
Pink is a pretty color, but there's so much more to it than it being pretty. Most people recognize pink as the official color of the cause of breast cancer awareness. As a result, there are numerous versions of hats and headgear to display support for breast cancer awareness.
Caps are comfortable and can be worn indoors and outdoors.
Headbands can help keep long hair out of the face and work well when wearing a hat is inappropriate.
Bandanas are the headgear of choice during strenuous activity, such as during a breast cancer awareness races.
Silly hats are a great choice for parties or informal gatherings.
Always in Style
You don't have to wait for a breast cancer awareness event to wear pink on your head. After all, supporting breast cancer warriors can happen regardless of the event. Wearing a pink hat on errands may encourage someone without your knowledge; sometimes all someone needs is to see is that someone cares. A pink hat can do that without you saying a single word.
A group of friends and family wearing breast cancer awareness hats when visiting a breast cancer warrior can present a united front. Show the warriors that they're cared about and loved. Sometimes that can be as simple as wearing a pink ribbon hat.
Breast Cancer Awareness Giveaways
Are you hosting a breast cancer awareness event? Giving out hats at your event will prove productive as most people will not only put the hats on right then and there, but will likely keep the hats to wear elsewhere. If your goal is to spread awareness and to encourage those battling breast cancer, handing out hats at an event is certainly a step in the right direction.
Atop the Head, but Close to the Heart
Breast cancer awareness hats can be worn by anyone affected by this disease. Survivors, their loved ones, and even those people at risk for someday developing the disease (which is practically anyone) should consider helping spread awareness. The more people know about preventing breast cancer, the more quickly it can be detected and treated - or even prevented altogether.