October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so it’s the perfect time to get out your pencils and color for someone you know who has been through or is going through cancer.

I’ve gathered a list of artists who are offering free coloring pages that you can color and share to help spread awareness for whatever cancer has affected you, your family or friends.

Click on any of the pages below to go directly to the artist’s website and download their page.

While you’re there, make sure you share these links with your friends (or link to this list) so these artists can get credit for their generosity in providing these pages, and together we can spread awareness through our coloring!

This awareness ribbon coloring page is free! download and print then color for your cause. Find more free adult coloring pages at www.sarahrenaeclark.com | Free adult coloring page, cancer coloring pages, free awareness ribbon, coloring for adults

Sarah Renae Clark… yes me! Make sure you check out my free awareness ribbon coloring page here.

You can also get a free sample page from my Coloring Through Cancer adult coloring book here.

Sue Chastain from Suziqcreations.com has a free coloring page bundle dedicated to the fight against cancer. Her pack includes five free pages (3 designs) and you can get it here.

Free ribbon coloring page by Squidoodle

Squidoodle has an intricate awareness ribbon for free on his website here.

Free cancer awareness coloring page by Kim A. Flodin

Sign up to Keleki Love’s email newsletter here to get access to her freebies, including this encouraging coloring page.

Free cancer coloring page by Ligia Ortega

This free cancer affirmation coloring page was made by Ligia Ortega from Coloring Gifts. You can get it from her Facebook page here.

Free coloring page by Anne Manera

This free coloring page is by Anne Manera. You can get it on her Facebook page here.

For those who don’t mind sweary pages, Cristin Frey also has a free cancer page in her Facebook group here.

If you’re not sure when to color these pages, check out the American Cancer Society’s Cancer Awareness Calendar for a list of cancer-related awareness campaigns that occur throughout the year.

For 2016, these included:

  • World Cancer Day on February 4th
  • National Cancer Prevention Month in February
  • National Minority Cancer Awareness Week from April 10th-16th
  • Testicular Cancer Awareness Month in April
  • World Health Day on April 7th
  • Cancer Research Month in May
  • National Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month in May
  • National Cancer Survivor’s Day on June 5th
  • Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in September
  • Leukemia and Lymphoma Awareness Month in September
  • National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October
  • Lung Cancer Awareness Month in November

There are many more, so see the full Cancer Awareness Calendar here.