National Bandanna Day is celebrated annually, and it falls on October 28 of this year. Millions of people from all over the world are suffering from Cancer, a deadly disease. National Bandanna Day is celebrated to show support for those young people suffering from cancer by wearing a bandana.

“What I’ve learned from my own journey, and from my family’s experience with cancer, is how important it is to stay positive and move forward. Not every day is going to be perfect; that’s life. Staying positive is going to get you to the next day.” – Bonnie Blair

History of National Bandanna Day

The accurate history and origin of National Bandanna Day are unknown. It is considered to have originated from CanTeen, a welfare fundraising organization. The last Friday of every October marks this celebration day. The organization hosts a Bandanna Day every year. It is to raise awareness and support for young people living with cancer. Cancer treatment includes chemotherapy, known as chemo. The use of various anti-cancer drugs in cancer treatment with chemo results in severe side effects.

National Bandanna Day

One of the most notable and widely known side effects is hair loss. Bandanas are used to cover the head. Anyone can wear bandanas to cover the bald head or sometimes for style. Wearing it on this Day shows an effective visual symbol and support for those chemo sufferers. The punks often wear it on the street and show they are strong, and they support each other. Bandanas represent the same attitude as the people living with cancer. It shows that they are strong and they support each other. They need not face cancer alone.

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How to Celebrate National Bandanna Day

Celebrating National Bandanna Day is very simple. Indulge yourself to take part in the celebration by wearing a bandana. Order a box of the bandana and distribute it in your place to raise funds for those sufferers. Donate the cash to the nearby cancer society and show your support for each. You can share your Bandana Day celebrations on social media using the hashtag #BandannaDay.

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