Giving Tuesday Offer: Support a Great Cause and Receive an Exclusive Awareness Ribbon!

Giving Tuesday Offer: Support a Great Cause and Receive an Exclusive Awareness Ribbon!

This holiday season, we’re excited to offer a special gift for our generous donors. For every donation made until Christmas, you’ll receive a unique Awareness Ribbon as a token of our gratitude — and you’ll get it before it’s released to the public!

About the Ribbon:

•Material: Satin
•Colour: Teal
•Design: Printed with “PSP, MSA, CBD” in pristine white on the front tail
•Extra Feature: Comes with a convenient pin for easy attachment

Why Donate?
Your contributions will play a crucial role in raising awareness and supporting vital initiatives related to PSP, MSA, and CBD. This is your chance to make a meaningful difference and be part of our community’s efforts in tackling these important issues.

How to Get Your Ribbon:

1. Donate: Any amount you choose to contribute to CCF makes you eligible. Donations made between November 17 - December 25, 2023, will receive a ribbon.*
2. Wait for Your Gift: All awareness ribbons will be mailed out in the new year, giving you the unique opportunity to be among the first to wear and share this symbol of support and awareness.
Mailing available to Canada and the USA only.

Act now and join us in this important cause. Together, we can make a difference!

Donate Here-🌐

Happy Holidays and Thank You!

*Free Mailing to Canada and USA
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