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Three Sapphic Books for National Gray Day

National Gray Day
Unite in the Fight: Celebrate National Gray Day and bring awareness to brain cancer!

Today, we’re going to explore National Gray Day, a meaningful holiday that raises awareness for brain cancer. This special day supports those affected by this devastating disease. We remember those lost to brain cancer, celebrate those who survived, and support those who are enduring the pain and hardships of fighting brain cancer.

Painting the World Gray: The Origins of National Gray Day

Gray is the symbolic color for brain cancer because it represents strength, resilience, and hope. It is also a clever play on the term “gray matter.” Sadly, brain cancer affects thousands of people worldwide. By donning gray on May 27th, we show our support and raise much-needed funds for research and treatment.

5 Meaningful Ways to Celebrate National Gray Day

Wondering how to show your support and participate in the celebration? Here are five impactful activities to help you make the most of this important day:

  • Wear Gray: Show your support by wearing gray clothing and accessories on May 27th. Encourage your friends, family, and colleagues to join you in this simple yet powerful gesture.
  • Share Your Story: If you or a loved one has been affected by brain cancer, share your story on social media using the hashtag #NationalGrayDay to raise awareness and inspire others.
  • Donate to Brain Cancer Research: Support organizations that are dedicated to researching and finding a cure for brain cancer by making a donation in honor of National Gray Day.
  • Participate in a Fundraising Event: Many organizations host fundraising events, such as walks, runs, or galas, to support brain cancer research. Join one of these events in your area and help raise funds for this vital cause.
  • Educate Yourself and Others: Learn more about brain cancer, its symptoms, and treatment options. Share this information with your friends and family to help spread awareness.

Connect with Brain Cancer Organizations

To find out more about brain cancer, check out these community resources and organizations:

American Brain Tumor Association (ABTA)
National Brain Tumor Society (NBTS)
Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada

Stand Together to Fight Brain Cancer!

Now that you have all the information you need, it’s time to stand in solidarity with the brave individuals who are fighting brain cancer. Wear gray, spread awareness, and support brain cancer research in any way you can. Remember, every little bit helps, and together we can make a difference. Don’t forget to share your experiences with us using the hashtag #NationalGrayDay.

Today we bring you three sapphic books with characters who have had cancer or helping family members with cancer.

Looking for something else? Try this list of books with characters who are wounded or facing illness.

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