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Your 2017 Holiday Gift Guide: Presents That Give Back to Childhood Cancer Research

by Kristine Malicse, St. Baldrick's Foundation
November 27, 2017

Stuck on what to give someone this holiday season? Give them the gift that gives back! Check out the great presents that help fund childhood cancer research.

The St. Baldrick’s Shop

St. Baldrick's Shop header

If you’re in search of some St. Baldrick’s swag this holiday season, the St. Baldrick’s Shop has you covered — literally. We’ve got shirts, sweatshirts, hats, puffy vests, and even some sweet tote bags — all to help raise awareness while funding the best in childhood cancer research.

“Through the Glass” by Trisha Anderson & Lilly Bumpus

Through the Glass Lilly Bumpus

“Through the Glass” is a book written by Honored Kid Lilly and her mom Trish. The touching story is about a four-year-old cancer survivor and a glimpse into the raw reality of a disease that knows no age boundaries.

5% of the retail price of each book purchased will be donated to St. Baldrick’s. You can buy the book here.

Amazon Smile

Amazon Smile

If you’re shopping online this year, consider using Amazon Smile. Just visit this link before you make your purchase, and will donate 0.5% of your purchase to St. Baldrick’s. Every item available for purchase on is also available on AmazonSmile, so you can buy all the same great stuff while helping kids with cancer!

“Chase Away Cancer” by Ellie Ewoldt

Amazon Smile

“Chase Away Cancer” is the true story of 2015 Ambassador Chase’s journey written by his mom, Ellie Ewoldt. You can buy the book in the St. Baldrick’s shop, where 100% of the proceeds will go toward funding childhood cancer research.

Get a sneak peak inside Chase Away Cancer >

Abby’s Chef Carrot Socks

Abby Chef Carrot Socks

2017 Ambassador Abby recently designed her own pair of socks featuring her favorite stuffed toy, Carrot, the bunny. Carrot has been with her every step of her childhood cancer treatment where they spent countless hours watching The Food Network.

When you purchase a pair of Chef Carrot socks, proceeds will benefit St. Baldrick’s.

Headbands of Hope

Headbands of Hope

While working with kids with cancer during a college internship, Jess Ekstrom noticed that many of the kids liked to wear decorative headbands after losing their hair — so she started Headbands of Hope. For every headband sold, one is given to a kid with cancer.

This holiday season, you can use the promo code “stbaldricks” for $1.00 off all orders. Plus, every time the “stbaldricks” code is used, Headbands of Hope donates $1.00 to St. Baldrick’s to help fund childhood cancer research!

“Hot Mess” by Laurie Palau

Hot Mess by Laurie Palau

Passionate St. Baldrick’s supporter Laurie Palau wants to help you declutter and destress your life — and help kids with cancer in the process! Buy her new book, “Hot Mess: A Practical Guide to Getting Organized“, and 100% of the proceeds will go to St. Baldrick’s.

Anchor Beads

Anchor Beads

In 2015, Honored Kid Georgia and her mom, Amber, started making jewelry for fun. Soon, Amber started selling the jewelry to raise money for childhood cancer research, and that’s how Anchor Beads was born. When you order any of the beautiful handmade jewelry on the Anchor Beads site, 10% of the proceeds will help St. Baldrick’s continue funding the highest-quality childhood cancer research.

Comprehensive Cranium Care

Comprehensive Cranium Care

Whether you or someone you know rocked the bald this year,  C3 Head Wash will help take care of your bald or buzzed head this winter.

Comprehensive Cranium Care will donate $1 of every bottle sold on their website to fund lifesaving childhood cancer research!

The Gift of Hope

Ike Gives Back

As always, you can give the best gift of all: hope for a cure. Donate to childhood cancer research this season and give kids with cancer some true holiday cheer.

This holiday season, give hope to kids with cancer. Help fund childhood cancer research today.


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