It isn’t just fashion statements that are made on the red carpet. Many celebrities at the 2018 Oscars will show their support for charities or political causes with pins, and this year, there will be several red ribbons.

Nominees Allison Janney and Timothée Chalamet are set to don red ribbons on the Academy Awards red carpet in support of The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation (ETAF). Whoopi Goldberg, Paris Jackson and Zac Posen — all of whom are ETAF ambassadors — will wear the ribbons at the Oscars as well.

The actress established the foundation in 1991 to provide grants to organizations that offer direct care to HIV/AIDS patients. Taylor established her trust to cover operating expenses, so 100 percent of donations help people dealing with and affected by HIV/AIDS.

Allison Janney red ribbon Allison Janney is expected wear a red ribbon in support of The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation at the Oscars. She is pictured at the Independent Spirit Awards on March 3, 2018 in Santa Monica, California. Photo: Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images

At least one of the ETAF supporters is expected to wear the ribbon on stage. Janney is the frontrunner to win the best supporting actress Oscar for her role in “I, Tonya.” Meanwhile, “Call Me By Your Name” star Chalamet is nominated for best actor. Odds makers expect him to lose to Gary Oldman from “Darkest Hour.”

Red ribbons won’t be the only pins on the red carpet. Orange American flag pins will be worn to protest gun violence. The pins are from advocacy group Everytown for Gun Safety and are available on their website ($15 for a 3-pack).

People reports that many celebs will be wearing the orange pins after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, killed 17 students. Everytown has worked with celebrities to promote anti-gun violence before. Oscar winners Julianne Moore and Emma Stone appeared with stars Melissa McCarthy, Adam Scott, Elizabeth Banks and more in a PSA after the Las Vegas shooting last year.

Expect stars to wear Time’s Up pins as well. Throughout awards season, nominees and attendees have been wearing the black and white pins to show support for the anti-sexual harassment movement. However, the movement isn’t expected to takeover the red carpet the way it did at the Golden Globes.

“It’s really important that you know that Time’s Up is not about the red carpet,” “Grey’s Anatomy” showrunner Shonda Rhimes told reporters (via the Los Angeles Times). “And those women you saw on the red carpet representing Time’s Up [at the Globes] are now off the red carpet working their butts off being activists.”

The 2018 Oscars air Sunday at 8 p.m. EST on ABC. Find out how to watch the red carpet HERE. Learn how to live stream the show HERE.