Pins are for more than just Cancer Awareness
No matter what your charity may be, custom awareness pins can convey a lot very quickly.
Raising Cancer Awareness with Custom Enamel Pins
If your charity is dedicated to supporting families affected by cancer, custom enamel pins can be a powerful tool for raising awareness and bringing attention to your cause. The use of the properly colored ribbon with the person's name on it creates an emotional connection and puts your story or organization's efforts at the forefront.
At Pin Depot, we specialize in creating custom enamel pins that are perfect for cancer awareness campaigns. Cancer awareness month is the perfect time to order custom lapel pins to show support and raise awareness for the cause. These pins can be affordable, have heirloom quality, be attractive, and meet your needs. They are a great way to connect with those who want to fight or donate, making your movement stronger.
Have you planned anything for Cancer Awareness Month? If not, now is the time to do so and consider ordering custom enamel pins from Pin Depot to show your support and raise awareness for the cause.
At Pin Depot, we have a talented team of designers who are dedicated to helping you create the perfect enamel pin for your cause. Whether it's for employees, staff members, or support teams, we will work with you to create a special pin that you will be proud to hand out.
Our custom enamel pins come in a wide variety of styles, shapes, sizes, and colors to fit your design and needs. We offer high-quality cloisonné pins, offset printed lapel pins, soft enamel lapel pins, or die-struck pins. Your logo can easily be added to your design, and we can also accent it with glitter or cut-outs.
At Pin Depot, we are committed to helping you raise awareness and show your support for your cause with custom enamel pins that can portray your messaging perfectly.
You can use these 5 Action steps in your awareness pin’s design or cardstock. Don’t forget to put your organizations website or name in the design as well.
5 ACTION Tips you can take right now to help you in reducing your risk for cancer
- Maintain a Healthy Weight and Active Lifestyle
Eat a plant based diet and decrease your intake of higher calorie food. Limit processed meats and alcohol. Include at least 30 minutes of physical activity in your daily routine.Even better, strive for at least 150 minutes a week of moderate aerobic activity or 75 minutes a week of vigorous aerobic physical activity.
- Avoid smoking and tobacco products
All forms of tobacco products have many chemicals that damage DNA and cause cancer.No forms are safe including cigarettes, e-cigarettes, cigars, chewing tobacco/snuff, hookas/waterpipes, and even secondhand smoke. If you need help quitting tobacco, ask your doctor about products and strategies available to support you. MWHC has a tobacco cessation support group.
- Sun protection
Stay out of the sun between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Generously use sunscreen, cover exposed areas with hats or loose clothing, and utilize the shady areas when outdoors. Avoid tanning beds and sun lamps.
- Get Screened
Regular screenings help detect cancers early and maximize your chance for successful treatment. Please check out the American Cancer Society’s cancer screening guidelines by age
- Know your family history
5-10% of all cancers are inherited. Understanding your family history can help guide your discussion with your physician of when you need to start cancer screening and whether to consider genetic counseling. The National Cancer Institute and others continue to study new ways to prevent cancer. At this time, vitamin and dietary supplements have not been shown to prevent cancer.
Custom enamel pins are a small but powerful fundraising tool, especially when it comes to breast cancer awareness. They can be used in various ways such as an added incentive for walk-a-thon participants or as a way to acknowledge the efforts of long-distance runners who are raising money for a specific cause or organization. Custom breast cancer enamel pins are a unique way to show and share your support during the month of February, dedicated to raise awareness for this cause.