A Hero Fund offers a meaningful way to honor a child or loved one and help in the fight to conquer childhood cancers. Start by naming your Fund and creating a special webpage where you can share personal stories and reports on the impact you're creating.
Multiple events or activities - head-shaving and more - can count toward your Hero Fund fundraising total. It can be as simple as an ongoing way for friends and family to donate to honor a loved one, or as dynamic as a year-round schedule of fundraising activities with an ambitious goal.
Have you thought of starting your own foundation? A Hero Fund can be an efficient alternative. Joining forces with St. Baldrick's allows you to focus on results for kids with cancer, without the drain of legal, financial and technical issues. We provide all the support you need, like a website, gift processing, PR and grant support - so you can focus on the fundraising.
Tom, Susan, and Daisy Heard Created "David's Warriors" as a lasting legacy to remember David, who died from neuroblastoma at 10, and fight for better treatment options for other childern.
In celebration of Sara's surviving Wilms tumor, the Martorano family started "Just Do it ... and be done with it" to keep their fundraising momentum going.
When Sophie died, the Rossi family directed memorial donations to St. Baldrick's. Those funds helped create a Hero Fund in Sophie's memory, giving the Rossi family and their community an ongoing way to raise funds in her memory.