Go Pink for October WordPress Theme to Support Breast Cancer Awareness


I just remember in the movie ‘The Bucket List’ which revolves around two cancer patients who escapes from the hospital and head off on a road trip with a wish list of to-dos before they die. In the movie, Jack Nicholson will say ” Somewhere, some lucky guy’s having a heart attack.” which means, Cancer is the deadliest disease than anything else. To support or show awareness of breast cancer, the National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, each October people raise money by organizing activities such as theme parties or a “pink day” (where people wear pink clothes and accessories at work). The money raised is donated to the organizers’ choice of breast cancer care or research programs.

If you’re willing to support or participate in the awareness program, then Web sites will Go Pink during the month of October to bring attention to Breast Cancer Awareness Month, get people talking about breast cancer, and raise money for research.

” But to be clear, raising money isn’t the primary purpose of this web event. The hope is that you turn your site pink (in whatever way works for your site), educate yourself about the multiple issues related to Breast Cancer, then take that knowledge and tell someone else what you’ve learned. ” says pinkforoctober.org.

So, Today I present you with a OctoPink WordPress Theme. OctoPink is a two columns WordPress theme, released to support breast cancer awareness pink-for-october. It is designed for wordpress 3.0+ websites and compatible with smartphones, tablets etc. You can download the theme for free.

To find out more about the theme, you can visit the theme page here.

You can also search for breast cancer related questions at http://www.breastcancer.org/ & National Cancer Institute for Breast Cancer

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