Abigail was a young woman who lived in a small town. One day, she decided to show her support for HIV/AIDS awareness by wearing a Red Ribbon Lapel Pin. She was unaware of the impact her small act would have.
Red ribbon pins show her support
Soon, more and more people began to wear the pin. Abigail was overwhelmed to find out that the Red Ribbon Campaign was now being observed all over the country. This was proof of the power of individual action.
Her story reminded her of Toni Morrison’s quote, “If there is a book that you want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it.” Abigail had been inspired to take a stand and make a difference.
The Red Ribbon Lapel Pin no minimum order had become a symbol of hope to many. Abigail was proud to have made a contribution to the cause and to have seen it spread so far.
It showed that one person can have an impact and that we can all make a difference. Even the smallest of actions can have a ripple effect and create real change. Abigail was now living proof of this.