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Wear Green To Be Seen

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Organized by Denise Brown
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Wear Green To Be Seen Fundraiser - unisex shirt design - front
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Gildan Ultra Cotton T-shirt

Wear Geen to be Seen--Show the World You Are a Family Caregiver

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All funds raised will go to Denise Brown, the organizer for supporting and helping family caregivers.
22 items sold of
50 goal
Thanks to our supporters!
$15
Gildan Ultra Cotton T-shirt, Unisex - Lime
Gildan Ultra Cotton T-shirt
Unisex - Lime
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Organized by Denise Brown

About this campaign

We're wearing green to bring awareness to the family caregiver experience. We want to lessen the loneliess and isolation that can be common when you ca for a family member or friend.

We're wearing green to bring awareness to the family caregiver experience. We want to lessen the loneliness and isolation that can be common when you care for a family member or friend. We're wearing green so we can spot each other in a crowd. Be sure to share photos of your green on social media, including Twitter and Facebook. We're having fun while giving a face to a sometimes invisible role—caregiving. I selected the color green for a few reasons. It's the color of spring, the season that feels most hopeful to me. I also chose green because of Donna Baldwin, a 1999 winner of our Caregiver of the Year contest. Before Donna cared for her mom, she had plastic plants in her home; she couldn’t keep a plant alive. As she cared for her mom, she developed a green thumb, eventually replacing most of her plastic plants for live ones. Caregiving can be such a difficult situation. It also can be an experience that fosters growth.

Supporters

Denise Brown 2 items
Denise Brown 10 items
Francine Werlinger 1 item
Mary Mink 2 items
Patricia A. Green 1 item

I cared for my father who had Parkinson's Disease from 2008 until his death in January 2013. I now care for my mom who is almost 85 and has dementia. She no longer recognizes me even though I am her only living child.

Captain Blue Button 1 item

It is awesomeness.

Anonymous 3 items

In-laws with dementia and finding that many others have a story that they want to share. So this opens the door.

Anonymous 1 item + $10
Jackie McDaniels 1 item + $25

As a family caregiver for fifteen years I know how much support is needed. Thank you for what you do.

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