The graphics below are free for non-commercial use on websites, social media profiles and email signatures. Use them during the month of October to raise awareness of breast cancer and the importance of regular exams. To use a graphic, save it to your computer and then upload it to the webpage or social media site of your choice.
1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. Almost everyone in the United States is effected by breast cancer, either through a personal battle or because a loved one has been diagnosed. That means everyone has a personal stake in fighting this deadly disease, and why we're stepping up to help the fight. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and we have several ways to help you spread the word about the importance of early detection as well as help raise more money for research to find a cure. Use these two methods to help us spread the word:
- Download and use the one of the avatars at the top of this post on your social media pages. They will work for Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or any other social media platform you participate in. Spread the word that exams can save lives.
- Purchase our specially designed Breast Cancer flag and fly it to show your support. This is a beautifully designed breast cancer awareness flag, and we're proud to offer it in our store. It is made of deep dyed Dacron polyester, so it won't fade and it is made to be durable. Made in the USA, this is a flag you'll want to fly this October and beyond.
We're offering bulk discounts on our breast cancer flags, so if you'd like to purchase multiple flags for your office or to give away to help spread the word about early detection and the need to raise money for this disease, visit our breast cancer awareness flags page. We'll make sure you get a great deal. Breast cancer-related fatality rates have been dropping annually since 1989 thanks in part to the importance placed on annual exams, early detection, and the money raised to find better treatments in the search for a cure. However, this year 40,000 women will die because of the disease, and that is 40,000 too many. Help us spread the word this month and we can all be a part of finding a cure to eliminate this deadly disease.