The Virtual Lemon BallJanuary 16, 2021
The Lemon Ball is going virtual! Join this childhood cancer gala from your own home and tune in for an interactive cocktail reception, inspirational program and more. Anyone can register for free or purchase tickets to receive a festive event gift box and access to the exclusive VIP experience.
Join the Gamers for Kids with Cancer Stream-a-thonDecember 28 – 30, 2020
Game for good this holiday season – support childhood cancer research by playing the video games you love! Whether you’re a casual or competitive gamer, you can have fun streaming your favorite game as you fundraise for safer, more effective treatments that kids with cancer need. Are you in?
Support ALSF’s COVID-19 Emergency FundIncluding expanded travel assistance for families
Families need your help more than ever to ensure their children’s cancer treatment continues during this time. In response, ALSF has established an emergency fund to provide extended hotel stays, grocery assistance and more. Learn how you can help.
Looking Back at Alex’s First Stand
This year, ALSF celebrates 20 years since founder Alex Scott hosted her first lemonade stand, kicking off a global movement to cure childhood cancer. Discover more inspirational stories from the past two decades and how you can support Alex’s belief that all kids deserve cures.
Hold a Virtual FundraiserRally friends and family to find cures for cancer
Social distancing doesn’t have to put the brakes on funding childhood cancer research. You can still make a difference for childhood cancer families by holding a virtual event – whether you’re a gamer, trending on social media or just celebrating a birthday.
Who You’re Helping: Our Childhood Cancer Heroes
How You’re Helping
- More than 1,000 Medical Research Grants Since 2005
- Nearly 150 Institutions ALSF funds grants all across the United States and Canada
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The Childhood Cancer Blog
Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation has grown into a Foundation that has raised more than $200 million for childhood cancer and funded over 1,000 research projects that have saved the lives of kids fighting cancer with no treatment options left. Learn about our journey.