Want to tap into your creativity to help fight childhood cancer in a whole new way? Whether you’re an experienced streamer or not, we want you!
Did you know that fall is the time of year when many companies and their employees focus on charitable donations?
That’s right – It’s a great time to generate more revenue for your favorite charity – like the St. Baldrick’s Foundation!
This October, ask your human resources representative for more information about some of the following popular fundraising options – and you’ll all be helping fund lifesaving childhood cancer research.
Childhood Cancer Awareness Month is coming to a close, but as a member of the St. Baldrick’s community, you know that lifesaving research must continue EVERY month.
Thank you for always being there for kids with cancer!
With 32 events in September, the St. Baldrick’s community raised more than $1.3 million for childhood cancer research.
Those funds will go toward the most promising research so that kids not just survive, but thrive after cancer, living longer and healthier lives.
Here are just a few of the highlights from the month – and a few ways you can help before the month is over!
St. Baldrick’s volunteers tend to be remarkable folks. But even among tens of thousands of outstanding people who are quite literally saving lives by supporting childhood cancer research, Richard Kligler and his family stand out.
Fathers and sons have played a big role in the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, many creating their own legacy by shaving and fundraising together. Others have just begun a tradition that may last for decades.From left to right: James and Dave, Samuel and Clifton, Dylan and Jim
March may be the biggest month for head-shaving, but spring is the perfect time to get creative with other ways to raise money without losing your hair. Check out these 5 successful fundraisers, far from the barber chair.
Jeni Donahue made an extraordinary decision to honor her late husband – to shave her head in his place. Keith Smith was a St. Baldrick’s shavee for eight years, personally raising more than $12,700 for childhood cancer research as a member of the Superheroes in Kilts team. In 2020, he even shaved while battling cancer, himself.
How much do you love helping kids with cancer? Let us count the ways. February is the month for kindness, sweet treats and coming together – even when we are apart. Check out these seven fundraising tips to #GiveKidsALifetime.
Ah, ‘tis the holiday season! We know it’s a busy time and times are a bit different this year, but you can easily bring joy without buying a toy and raise money for kids’ cancer research. No matter how you plan to celebrate, there’s no wrong or right, check out the 12 ideas below to make the occasion merry and bright. We’re so glad you’re here, so much so we want to cheer, happy holidays to all and to all a good year!
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