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Go Gold Shirts

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ACCO’S SIGNATURE AWARENESS SHIRTS

  • Name Submission for the Go Gold® Awareness Shirt is open until July 31st. After July 31st, any names submitted will go to the next campaign, our ICCD Awareness Shirt available in December. Name submissions may only be made using the submission form at http://s.acco.org/submitname.
  • It’s very important that you please double check your submission for accuracy by searching the “live list” at http://s.acco.org/NameListGG17 or by going to the campaign page at http://s.acco.org/2017GoGoldShirt and using the “Search & Select Name for Shirt” field. Requested edits will only be accepted up to August 4th. Once the “plates” for the design are created no further changes are possible.
  • Please allow 48-72 business hours for submitted names and/or edits to be made to the “live list” and campaign page.
  • Ordering for “run one” is open until August 7th. Ordering by this date guarantees that you will receive your order before the start of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, September 1st.
  • Ordering for “run two” is open until September 7th. Ordering by this date does NOT guarantee that you will receive your order before the END of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, September 30th.
  • Orders do not process and ship until each run closes (August 7th and September 7th). It takes approximately 2-3 weeks from the closing date for orders to be received. International orders take longer and vary depending on location.
  • The price for shirts start at $25 (plus shipping) and go up from there depending on size and style. Shirt prices increased (from $23 to $25) to accommodate the additional printing area for the gold ribbon on the sleeve. International shipping fees vary depending on location, but average around $13.
  • All proceeds from this awareness campaign support our free resources for childhood cancer families, programs, awareness events, advocacy campaigns and more. To see our specific financial data, please visit http://www.acco.org/donate/ and select the Annual Report link at the bottom of the page.
  • Since our Go Gold® Awareness Shirt honors so many children and teens that have fought or are still fighting childhood cancer, we have to divide names onto more than one shirt.
  • Names are in alphabetical order by last name or initial.
  • For siblings, cousins or friends that also fought cancer or are still fighting cancer, we accept special requests to have names placed together in order to print on one shirt. The group will be alphabetized by the last name of the child and/or teen in the group that is first in the alphabet. When ordering a shirt, you will see names that are grouped together using the “Search & Select Name for Shirt” field.
  • Names will be collected until after the launch of the campaign so please be sure to check any emails with updates and deadlines.
  • Names used in the design thumbnail are not accurate and are only used as an example.
  • Prior to 2016, we collected names on a per project basis and did not carry names over from project to project, however we now offer that option. If you would like a name to carry over from shirt to shirt simply type “Yes” for the question “Save Name for Future Projects” on the submission form. We will only be collecting names using this link to help streamline the process.
  • Once you receive your shirt, please wear your shirt as much as possible during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Also, please take photos and email them to shirts@acco.org or share it on our Facebook Page or Instagram Page so that we may share the photo in our Go Gold® Awareness Shirt Photo Album on our website and social media.
  • We sincerely thank everyone who has submitted a name, plans on submitting a name and for those who are going to order and wear a shirt to help raise awareness during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, September. Again, the proceeds from this purchase will go towards providing quality free resources designed for children and families who are fighting or have fought childhood cancer, to coordinating local assistance and to leading national and international advocacy campaigns for greater awareness and more research.
  • To learn more about ACCO and what we do, please visit our Home Page.
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