With the improvement of people's aesthetic concept and environmental awareness, ribbons are more and more widely used in daily life. In addition to the application of ribbons in daily life, do you know what other uses of ribbons are? Now let's talk about what the ribbon has to do with public welfare.

As we all know, the international commonweal ribbon is the ribbon material. So what do the different colors of ribbons mean? Do you know? Let's take a look


1. White Ribbon
This color is a symbol of innocence,violence against women. Reference color: #029

2. Grey Ribbon
This color is a symbol of siabetes,asthma and brain cancer. Reference color: #012

3. Pink Ribbon
Most commonly associated with breast cancer awareness. Reference color: #123, #156

4. Yellow Ribbon
People attach or wear yellow ribbon to support our troops who have been striving hard to keep our nation protected. Reference color: #640

5.Green Ribbon
Childhood depression is the most common representation of this awareness ribbon. Reference color: #579

6.Orange Ribbon
Orange awareness ribbon is associated with leukemia and multiple sclerosis. People also wear this to show support for individuals who have spinal cancer or kidney cancers. Reference color: #750

7.Purple Ribbon
Purple typically represents pancreatic cancer and epilepsy. Reference color: #465

8. Red Ribbon
Typically, people use the red ribbon to raise awareness and show support for HIV/AIDS patients. Apart from this, red ribbon is also considered as a symbol for heart disease, stroke, substance abuse, and more. Reference color: #250

9. Blue Ribbon
The most common symbol of the blue ribbon is to show support for child abuse and prevention. The ribbon color also represents anti-bullying, sex slavery awareness, and addiction recovery awareness. Reference color: #352