The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation (now known as Susan G. Komen for the Cure) was founded in 1982 in honor of Susan Goodman Komen by her sister Nancy Goodman Brinker. The pink ribbon was first used in connection with breast cancer awareness in 1991 when the Susan G. Komen Foundation gave them to the participants in a New York City race for breast cancer survivors. The following year, 1992, the pink ribbon was made the official symbol of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Now, every October, organizations and individuals around the world support the fight against breast cancer with races, fund drives and many other types of events.
Our buntings help to give a visual reminder to the significance of any Breast Cancer Awareness Event. All of our buntings have a clean finish hem on top and bottom with reinforced binding on each cut end.
Any of our bunting can have grommets put on the top and/or bottom. Please call or email us for pricing.
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