Girls Making a Difference!

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The Pink Bandanas Guild is a group of 12-13 year old girls who raise money for pediatric brain tumor research at Seattle Children’s Hospital.

The girls started the guild in honor of their friend Sarah who lost her brave battle with a brain tumor at the age of 9.  When Sarah was going through chemotherapy she always wore a Pink Bandana.

 The Pink Bandanas main source of fundraising is selling elastic ponytail holders and headbands that they hand cut and tie.  They are currently sold at 11 Seattle retail locations. They have also held bake sales and are working to come up with a big annual fundraising event.

Since the guild was formed in March, 2012, they have raised over $18,000.

Although their mission is serious, they have found a way to keep Sarah’s infectious smile in their hearts.

COLORFUL BANDANA

pink bandana photo   I had the pleasure to make some of their pink bandana marketing materials for their bake sale back in 2011. I am thrilled to see that they are still raising money and raising awareness.

They are selling their headbands and pony tail holders on their own website. These make great stocking stuffers and support a wonderful cause.

I would like to invite you to checkout their website or show your support and keep updated on their progress by becoming  a fan on their facebook page.

Pink B GThese girls are an inspiration to all of us. What a bright future I see for them and their cause.

Keep up the great work girls!♥

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