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Apr 23 2007
By: Thomas0424 I Only Post Everything 1254 posts
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Brain Tumor Awareness Week

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"Gray Ribbons come in kits of ten ribbons. The kits have everything you need to make ribbons to display or wear, and also include awareness information cards you can personalize.

Ribbon requests for Brain Tumor Action Week, April 29 - May 5, 2007, MUST be made by Wednesday April 25, 2007, to insure timely delivery by the U.S. Postal service. (Late orders will still be processed but may not reach you until later in May, our volunteers will be involved with other BTAW activities, and will not be available to process your orders until after BTAW.)

Due to printing and shipping costs, we are able to send one free gray ribbon kit per address. (Donations to defray costs are always welcome.) To request multiple kits, a donation pledge is required.

To make a donation in advance, you may print and mail in our online donation form, or use the secure credit card donation page at Communityroom.net .


T.H.E. BRAIN TRUST offers a limited number of FREE gray ribbons. We feel that it is vital to raise awareness about Brain Tumors and Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) at no cost to grass roots activists. Donations to defray costs and support this program are welcome and encouraged. Please contact us if you would like to work with us to raise awareness about brain tumors and ABI.

Reasons to wear this ribbon:

More than 195,000 Brain Tumors are diagnosed in the United States and Canada each year.

Brain Tumors are the leading cause of cancer death of children under 20.

Brain Tumors and Brain Injury can happen to anyone, anytime.

More research funding is needed to find successful treatments for brain tumors.

More support services are needed for brain tumor patients during and after their diagnosis.

Rehabilitiation for cognitive disabilities is not available to all the patients who need it.

Causes of brain tumors must be identified, so the brain tumor threat can be eliminated.

Many People don't understand disability from brain tumors or brain injury because you can't "see" it.

OUR SATIN RIBBONS SHOW UP GREAT IN PHOTOS!

Call us at 617 - 876 - 2002 extension #1 to request free ribbons, or fill out our ribbon request form.

If you are requesting gray ribbons for a fundraiser for another organization or private party, a donation is required. Thank you!"



Free Ribbions

http://www.braintrust.org/ribbonorder.htm

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