Events and Fundraisers

6 Ways You Can Help Kids With Cancer

by St. Baldrick's Foundation
August 26, 2016

Did you know that every two minutes a child is diagnosed with cancer? That means 25,000 kids around the world will hear the words “you have cancer” this month alone.

You can help. By funding research, you are giving every child hope for a cure.

Here are six easy ways you can help find cures for kids with cancer.

Make a donation. Your generous gift will support the very best childhood cancer research. It’s the simplest way to keep the research going.

Make a donation

Follow St. Baldrick’s on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and whenever you see a story that touches your heart, share it with your friends.


St. Baldrick’s events are like a party for good — and you can be the one to make it happen. Start a St. Baldrick’s event in your community. Or sign up to shave your head, either at an event or as a “virtual shavee℠.”

Start an event

You don’t have to shave your head to raise money. You can run a 5K, read a stack of books, jump rope for 24 hours — the sky’s the limit! (Well, nearly. Some exclusions apply.) Just do what you want, and ask your friends and family to make a donation.

Start a fundraiser

Kids need adults to speak up for them, and yours is just the voice we’re looking for. Join our advocacy action network, Speak Up for Kids’ Cancer, and you’ll get alerts when your help is needed most.

Speak Up for Kids’ Cancer

Let’s stay in touch! Sign up for our emails and get childhood cancer stories, research breakthroughs, and important news delivered right to your inbox.

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Need more ideas? Come back and visit us here on the St. Baldrick’s blog!

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