Cause Corner

5 ways to bring awareness to your cause this summer

Take advantage of the summertime with these ideas of how to bring awareness for the causes you care about most. 

1. Run, Swim, Bike or Hike For Your Fundraising Goal

Are you thinking of running a marathon? Is there a mountain you’ve wanted to climb? Or what if you simply want to get into shape and tried running a mile a day for 30 days? 

Share your athletic endeavor and raise money for your cause. You’d be surprised how many people support you, even if your goal seems small. 

One of our Supportstore team members raised over $9,000 doing her first triathlon to fight human trafficking. 

See some of our swim, hike, bike magnets and wristbands to rep as you train. 

Picture shows 26.2 oval black wristband

2. Celebrate National Night Out 

The goal of National Night Out is to strengthen communities and build relationships between law enforcement and communities. 

Find a registered national night out to see if you can get involved and set up a table to share about your cause. 
Interested in hosting a national night out? It’s free to register on their website.

See our support law enforcement items in our store in stock today to use for your event. 

Picture shows our blue line support law enforcement wristband

3. Donate for Dad

Father’s day is June 17, and oftentimes we are at a loss of what to get Dad for Father’s day. Consider giving a donation to cause you both care about as a meaningful and impactful gift.

4. Garage Sale for a Good Cause

You wanna clean out your house anyway. Consider doing a garage sale to fundraise for your cause. It’s also a great way to raise awareness for all who come to shop. Consider having a sign or handouts with information. 

Ask your neighbors and friends if they have anything they’d like to contribute. 

5. Grillout for Good

We all love a good barbecue. Gather your friends around a cause, and have everyone pitch in for the food and a little extra to donate. Share your story with a focus to bring awareness to your cause. People love a reason to get together. 

Don’t have a specific cause in mind?

See all the causes with June as their awareness month