The countdown is on, with only three more days until CanTeen's National Bandanna Day on October 26.
CanTeen supports young people aged from 12 to 24 who are living with cancer, with the charity based on the philosophy that no young person should go through the disease alone.
National Bandanna Day has been held for almost 20 years, with almost one million CanTeen bandannas sold around Australia every year.
Friday will be the time to whip out your CanTeen bandanna and wear it with pride, as it is 'more than just a fashion accessory' but as the charity states a "symbol of the cancer experience for young people".
It also represents the importance that CanTeen emphasises on "enjoying every moment and living life to the full".
You can help to ensure that you and your loved ones get to enjoy every moment with health insurance.
CanTeen have come up with eight great ways to show off your bandanna on Friday, where you can opt for the neckerchief, headband, beanie, alice band, wrist band, bandit mask, scrunchie and the cowboy scarf.
Do your bit on October 26 and purchase a bandanna to wear to show your support for young people living with cancer.