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12 Ways You Can Help Kids With Cancer This Winter

by Trish Adkins

Like our famous lemonade, the temperatures outside are icy cold this winter. Instead of hiding from cold winter days, warm up with some good times for a worthy cause! You can help Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) fight childhood cancer and gets kids closer to cures. From making crazy lemon faces to swapping lemonade for hot chocolate, there are so many fun ways you can fund childhood cancer research through ALSF! 

Sweet Supporter: Meet the Girl Trick or Treating toward Childhood Cancer Cures

Most kids equate Halloween with getting heaps of candy treats, but Jayne Konatsotis of Wilton, Connecticut saw an opportunity to do something sweet for Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF).  Jayne, a senior at Wilton High School, rallied more than a hundred of her classmates and organized a Halloween “Trunk-or-Treat” event in her town to raise awareness and funds for childhood cancer research. 

Get the Ball Rolling With These Fundraising Ideas

by Adam Paris, ALSF

When childhood cancer hero Quinn Clarke started Kick-It, he thought of it as a way to bring his community together to support childhood cancer research by hosting charity kickball games. Now, millions of dollars later, Kick-It has expanded well beyond kickball to include any sport with ALSF games. Now, everyone can join the fight and help fund cures for childhood cancer.

Creative Ways to Fundraise: Everyday Ways to Make a Difference in the Fight Against Childhood Cancer

by Megan Tanney, ALSF

There are so many ways to raise money for Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF), some you may not even know about! For example, did you know that when you shop online you could be generating a donation to ALSF? We made a list of our favorite, easy-to-use sites and platforms so you can start making a difference today.

1. Shop on Amazon Smile

Love and Lemonade: Meet Three Couples Who Said “I do” to Doing Good

Love was in the air and lemonade was in the glasses when these three couples said “I Do” while supporting Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF). From substituting traditional wedding favors for donations to having a lemonade stand at their receptions, these supporters used their big days to give back and support childhood cancer research.

How Kickers, Punters and Long Snappers are Making a Difference in the Childhood Cancer Fight

Ohio All-State football player, Matt Colella battled cancer as a middle school student. As a way to raise money for childhood cancer research while still in high school, Matt asked others to pledge a dollar amount for each point he made as his team’s kicker. The idea worked and Matt initially raised over $7,000.

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