During the year, each month spotlights a wide variety of issues through awareness campaigns. Many of the campaigns are associated with particular colors. Profiling an issue for an entire month creates the opportunity to educate the public on various health and safety matters. The campaigns provide useful information and resources. Organizers host 5k runs, walks, games, fairs or other community outreach.
With cooler weather, our minds turn to hot apple cider, comfort food and fleece. Summer keeps everyone out the house. But a brisk gust of wind rushes everyone indoors. Fall temperatures can still be comfortable for the entire family. Fleeting daylight hours makes us want to hibernate. We at Any1townUSA say not so fast!
We put together a list which is by no means exhaustive of the campaigns over the next several months. Attending an event is a win-win. Be on the look-out for great events with your comfy footwear and windbreaker ready to go!
- National Breast Cancer Awareness
- National Lupus Awareness
- National Down Syndrome Awareness
- Domestic Violence Awareness
- National Bully Prevention
- Mental Illness Awareness Week (October 4-10, 2015)
- National Fire Prevention Week ( October 4-10, 2015)
- American Diabetes
- National Epilepsy Awareness
- Bone Marrow Awareness
- Stomach Cancer Awareness
- National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness
- National Impaired Driving Prevention
- Safe Toys and Gifts
- World AIDS Day (December 1, 2015)
- National Influenza Vaccination Week (December 6-12, 2015)