SupportStore – Cause Corner

February 2014 Cause Awareness Schedule

Plan your February awareness events with help with SupportStore.com. Here is a list of causes that are making their awarenesses the focus in February 2014.

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December 2013 Cause Awareness Schedule

Plan your December awareness events with help with SupportStore.com. Here is a list of causes that are making their awarenesses the focus in December 2013.

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November 2013 Cause Awareness Schedule

Plan your November awareness events with help with SupportStore.com. Here is a list of causes that are making their awarenesses the focus in November 2013.

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September 2013 Cause Awareness Schedule

Plan your September awareness events with help with SupportStore.com. Here is a list of causes that are making their awarenesses the focus in September 2013.

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July 2013 Cause Awareness Schedule

Plan your July awareness events with help with SupportStore.com. Here is a list of causes that are making their awarenesses the focus in July 2013.

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June 2013 Cause Awareness Schedule

Plan your April awareness events with help with SupportStore.com. Here is a list of causes that are making their awarenesses the focus in June 2013.

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April 2013 Cause Awareness Schedule

Plan your April awareness events with help with SupportStore.com. Here is a list of causes that are making their awarenesses the focus in April 2013.

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Color March Orange for MS Awareness Month

Besides having heard of Multiple Sclerosis, often referred to as MS, how much do you know about the disease? There are a few people I’ve met in my life with this disabling disease and they are among the strongest people I know. My friend, Paul, whom I’ve known since high school, is one of the 2.1 million people worldwide who lives with MS, having lived with it for the past 13 years. He’s been kind enough to share with me what life with MS is like for him.

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Colonoscopies save lives – get yours behind you…PLEASE!

Colon cancer is a disease that is top of mind for my family right now. Just this past December, my 82-year-old great-aunt was diagnosed with colon cancer. In her situation, the cancer is terminal, but that doesn’t have to be the case for everyone. Take a minute or two during Colon Cancer Awareness Month to know the symptoms and the early detection procedures, mainly the colonoscopy.

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It’s never too early in the year to learn about skin cancer

It may be cold and wintery outside, but any time is a good time to learn more about melanoma. Jeannette is a valued member of our SupportStore team who kindly shares her brave story with us.

This past fall, Halloween arrived at my house a few weeks early. Why you may ask? Well, because I was showcasing two scars that even Frankenstein’s monster would be jealous of. But as horrible as my scars may be, I cannot help but be thankful for them every time I catch a glimpse of them in the mirror.

These scars aren’t just any scars.  They mark my victory over skin cancer.

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