Raising awareness for Type 1 Diabetes, correcting misconceptions, & bringing unity to the type 1 community
Type 1 Diabetes Awareness Ribbon
Almost everyone in the Type 1 Diabetes Awareness (T1DA) community agreed on the need for more awareness of Type 1 Diabetes so on March 23, 2012, with the help and suggestions of many people, we came up with a ribbon and colors specific to Type 1 Diabetes Awareness ~ blue, gray, and red. The T1DA ribbon is blue on one side, gray on the other, with a red drop of blood in the middle.
On that same day I contacted Support Our Ribbons, this company makes custom awareness ribbons and I wanted to see if they could make our newly created ribbon a magnet and they did. It can be purchased as a magnet or a sticker. Support Our Ribbons will donate $1 to the Diabetes Research Institute for each Type 1 Diabetes ribbon sold. They will make this donation retroactive to the creation of the design. This is what the Type 1 Diabetes Awareness magnet/sticker looks like. The magnets are thick, strong, .30 mil outdoor quality magnets intended for use on cars. The colors will not run or fade.
Get the Type 1 Diabetes Awareness Ribbon magnet or sticker by clicking here. The magnet or sticker from Support Our Ribbons will look like the image directly above.
Donate personally to the Diabetes Research Institute by clicking here.
I do not work for the company that creates the magnets and stickers which is Support Our Ribbons, nor do I get paid from promoting their ribbons. I just want to promote awareness for Type 1 Diabetes. I had emailed Support Our Ribbons, since they make custom ribbon magnets & stickers, after we all came up with the new Type 1 Diabetes Awareness Ribbon and asked if they could create it and they did. To verify they will be donating $1 from each sale of the Type 1 Diabetes Awareness Ribbon, you may contact them by clicking here.
Updated Type 1 Diabetes Awareness Ribbon
I want everyone to be able to use the Type 1 Diabetes Awareness ribbon without any copyrights, restrictions, or stipulations so we created the Updated Type 1 Diabetes Awareness Ribbon on April 18, 2012. Thank-you to everyone that made this possible. Feel free to use the ribbon below however you’d like to raise awareness for Type 1 Diabetes. All we ask is do not change the colors of the T1DA Ribbon, please keep blue on one side, gray on the other and a red drop in the middle and use it in a respectable manner. Other than that, feel free to use it however you’d like.