Dress in Blue Day is March 4
Dress in Blue Day 2022
What? Dress in Blue Day lets allies everywhere join our mission to end colorectal cancer. By wearing blue, you bring awareness to this disease and support our work — as well as honor all who are impacted by colorectal cancer.
When? Dress in Blue Day is Friday, March 4. All of March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month.
Why? In 2022, an estimated 151,030 people will be diagnosed with this highly preventable disease. They will join more than 1.4 million colorectal cancer patients and survivors living today. We go blue for them, their families, and their community.
Every Friday in March
Join the Colorectal Cancer Alliance for a Blue Bag Lunch, happening each Friday through National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month (March) at 12 pm ET on the Alliance’s Facebook page.
What is the Blue Bag Lunch?
Every Friday, we’re broadcasting live on Facebook to discuss March awareness, share stories, and talk about our patient-centered programs. We’ll have trivia, special guests, and March social media highlights, as well!
A rotating cast of emcees and special guests will keep things fresh and fun, as we learn how to March for access this awareness month.
When it comes to preventing colorectal cancer, your voice is the most important. We’ve got you covered with pre-written social media posts and images. Just click and share the posts found here — it has never been easier to raise awareness!
Double Your Impact!
This March, in honor of National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, please consider supporting the Alliance. Donations now will be doubled by a generous corporate partner and help thousands of others make it through their colorectal cancer journeys.
Outfit Inspirations for Dress in Blue Day
Even celebrities are celebrating #DressInBlueDay! Here's some inspiration from the red carpet. (But you don't need to be famous to spread the word about colorectal cancer.)
What to Wear on Dress in Blue Day for Colorectal Cancer Awareness
Time to look through your closet for every blue piece of clothing you have. Everything works for Dress In Blue Day, from sweaters to sweatpants, to sunglasses and fun hats.
Raise Colorectal Cancer Awareness and Support Dress in Blue Day
By wearing blue, you bring awareness to this disease and support our work — as well as honor all who are impacted by colorectal cancer. #DressInBlueDay