Another way to support CURE – and have some fun – is to hold your own fundraiser. The most successful fundraisers reflect your creativity and passion, so anything goes! Of course, we’re happy to share ideas of successful fundraisers others have hosted. We’ve even listed a few of them here.
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Bring CURE to work — Get your company or office fundraising for CURE
Coins4CURE Coin Drive
Visit Coins4CURE.org and sign up for the Coins4CURE program, in which your school, business or organization hosts a coin drive for CURE. Amp up the connection in your school by seeing which classroom can raise the most money!
Jeans for CURE
Allow employees to pay a minimum of $5.00 to wear jeans to work on a designated day with all proceeds going to CURE.
Spirit Day for CURE
Allow employees to pay a minimum of $5.00 to wear their favorite team colors to work on a designated day with all proceeds going to CURE.
Hats Off to CURE Day
Allow employees to pay minimum of $5.00 to wear their favorite ball cap to work on a designated day with all proceeds going to CURE.
Caps for CURE
Allow students to pay $5.00 to wear their favorite cap to school on a designated day with all proceeds going to CURE. Watch the video to the right to listen to Sarah Barr explain the significance behind the event.
CURE T-shirt Day
Have employees purchase CURE T-shirts and allow them to be worn on a designated day instead of normal office attire.
Vacation For CURE
Allow employees to purchase $10 raffle tickets to win an extra Vacation Day with proceeds going to CURE
Treats for CURE
Host a snack cart or bake sale in the office with proceeds going to CURE
Let us know what you’re doing and what day you’ve chosen and CURE will announce your company’s support on our Facebook, Twitter, and our Blog! Please contact Kate Myers at firstname.lastname@example.org or 770-986-0035 ext. 25 for more information.
Home Parties – A fun way to help those you know
Families of children with cancer are often asked by their friends, “How can I help?” One answer is to honor a family or a child battling childhood cancer by hosting a party in their honor. Honoring the legacy of the struggle, the determination and the courage of these special children is the whole point behind a home party. These home fundraising parties can take virtually any form, from a casual barbeque or pizza party to a more formal cocktail or dinner party. It’s up to you. Contact us via email or by calling the office and we’ll help get you started. Kate Myers at email@example.com or 770-986-0035 ext. 25.
Create a Fundraising Page on FirstGiving
Online fundraising is a very simple and effective way to raise money for a cause. Set a fundraising goal and then set up a personal fundraising page online through Firstgiving. You can personalize your fundraising page with a photo and a story about your efforts and reasons for fundraising for CURE. FirstGiving allows you to share your page with your contacts via email, and they can donate straight to your fundraising page online.