Colors, Causes and Meanings of Awareness Ribbons
Personalized Cause's Awareness Causes, Colors and Meanings Guide is a helpful tool to refer to when wanting to learn the specific meaning of a color. For example, many ask: What does the color green mean? Or, how do I support my friend who is going through a diagnosis?
In addition, different organizations for the same cause may choose to use different colors. For example, orange previously represented lupus. Now, lupus is represented by purple. As organizations gain popularity, two "official" colors emerge. In these situations, either color is correct and color choice is a personal preference. Different countries may also use different colors for a cause. In this case, it is appropriate to choose the color for the country in which you raise awareness. On our site, we offer an alternative color if there are two colors, or if a color were previously used.
At Personalized Cause, we do the research for you. We stay on top of color choices and colors. This color and cause guide is updated regularly.
Bookmark this page so you have a handy reference guide when you need it.
Personalized Cause - Awareness Colors
The rainbow-colored infinity symbol represents the diversity of the autism spectrum as well as the greater neurodiversity movement.