The pink ribbon is a widely known symbol of awareness and support of women in all stages of their journey with breast cancer. With a diagnosis rate as high as 1 in every 8 women, breast cancer touches lives every day, both of those diagnosed as well as the lives of friends and family members. Whether you or a loved one is undergoing treatment, celebrating remission or remembering the life of another, a pink ribbon shows undeniable support for the cause. We have been adding ribbons to our ribbon wall at Pink in the Park to honor and remember those who have been affected by breast cancer since the event was first held in 2007, and the wall continues to grow each year.
We created a virtual ribbon wall as a way to honor, remember or celebrate a loved one all year long. The online gallery of fighters and survivors is a touching reminder of strength, a symbol of hope and a representation of community support. Create a virtual ribbon in our gallery, in honor or in memory, and be sure to share a photo and story for others to see.
Your ribbon will join the others on our ever-growing virtual wall. We encourage you to share your ribbon with your friends on Facebook to raise awareness of the impact of breast cancer and to encourage them to create ribbons of their own.
For more information about the virtual ribbon wall or our annual Pink in the Park event, please visit www.pinkinthepark.com.