It’s one thing to have awareness of childhood cancer.
It’s another to ACT on that awareness.
As I’ve mentioned before, the National Cancer Institute only spends 4% of its budget on childhood cancers.
These children deserve more than 4%.
Read more childhood cancer facts in this post here.
How you can help
Post information about childhood cancer on social media.
Tell your friends how they can help.
Use hashtags like #GoGold, #MoreThan4, and #ChildhoodCancerAwareness on social media.
Donate to the cause:
- PayPal will match 1% of your donation if you donate via PayPal
Plan a fundraising event near you
Contact your local hospital and ask how you can volunteer.
Volunteer to help a fundraiser near you
Other ways you can help:
Shop/eat at partner organizations. A portion of your purchase will go towards childhood cancer research. View partnering organizations here.
- I am fundraising this month for Maddie Grace. 50% of all proceeds from merchandise and album sales will be donated to Maddie’s family.
Purchase St. Jude checks or mailing labels. These are every day purchases you can use for a good cause.
Use your special day in a special way!
- Purchase stickers for your wedding/birthday/baby shower/bridal shower gift boxes. The donation helps St. Jude hospital. View/purchase stickers here.
- Ask for donations in lieu of wedding gifts. Create a donation registry here.
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