Awareness bracelets are trendy fashion statements that can help you promote awareness for your important cause. The soft and jelly like rubber bracelets are fashion with a clear purpose. You can choose the color that corresponds to your cause, or choose any color from our large variety. The main idea behind wearing awareness wristbands is promote awareness of issues and spark conversations about them. Eventually, the raised awareness that comes from the bracelets can lead to increased research and the like. Awareness wristbands are also often used to raise funds for specific causes.
Awareness wristbands get popular when stores begin selling them and collecting the funds for the charitable organization. The awareness wristband trend started with the yellow LIVESTRONG wristbands made popular by the Lance Armstrong Foundation founded in 1997 by world-renowned cyclist and cancer survivor Lance Armstrong. The Foundation focuses on supporting cancer survivors after a cancer diagnosis. The yellow silicone LIVESTRONG bracelet is named after the Foundation's education program and the color represents the cycling jersey color of Lance Armstrong. It is sold by the Foundation for fund raising and to promote awareness of its cause.
Awareness bracelets come in different colors and each color stands for a cause. The hunger relief awareness wristbands are orange. They are used to show support to the families in need, victims of natural disaster and famine. Red rubber wristbands are used to help educate the public about the hazardous effect of tobacco. Purple wristbands signify domestic violence awareness. Usually yellow wristbands stand for cancer awareness. The blue silicone wristbands are famous among footballers and promote autism awareness. Another famous awareness wristband is pink, showing support for people suffering from breast cancer.
Awareness bracelets from Wristband Connection are durable, flexible, comfortable, and affordable. Bulk discounts are available, but you can order as many or as few wristbands as you need no minimums!