A tribute to your loved one
It is often said when we see a dragonfly, it's our loved one’s soul checking in. Blue Star Tribute pages keep their legacy alive and raise donations for prevention, support, and research.
We created our page to honor parents who both passed of colon cancer. We hope it ups people's awareness of early detection.
I wanted to share my husband's story with people about how young and vibrant he was when he was diagnosed at the age of 50...It is very important to me to spread awareness about colorectal cancer and the importance of early screening.
Save 100,00 lives through screening by 2029.
Reach 750,000 patients and caregivers annually by 2024.
Provide $30 million in CRC research by 2026.
Honor your loved one
Create a tribute page to remember, honor, or celebrate loved ones impacted by cancer. Personalize and make a meaningful difference.
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