Purple Charity | Introduction
A show of support for many charities is often made by way of wearing a coloured ribbon or bracelet. The colour purple is associated with courage and survival therefore making it a suitable colour choice to represent certain charity causes.
Violet is the color of the humanitarian, using its better judgment to do good for others. Combining wisdom and power with sensitivity and humility, violet can achieve a lot for those less fortunate.
Two charities that truly represent those attributes of courage and survival are the Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) and Pancreatic Cancer Action.
Here are a list of some more of the charities and associations using the colour purple to represent their cause (across the globe).
- ADHD – Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
- Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness
- Stroke Association
- Cancer Awareness (all kinds)
- Epilepsy Awareness
- Testicular Cancer Awareness
Our aim is to share with you information relating to some of these charities and associations, the cause they are raising money for and how and when you can support them.