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January 17, 2018
Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation started because Alex believed so strongly in the power of kids helping kids. Whether it’s hitting a hole-in-one, challenging classes to a change war or cheering up SuperSibs, kids are thinking of creative ways to help the fight against childhood cancer. Here are five ways children across the country are making a difference:

by Adam Paris, ALSF

Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation started because Alex believed so strongly in the power of kids helping kids. Whether it’s hitting a hole-in-one, challenging classes to a change war or cheering up SuperSibs, kids are thinking of creative ways to help the fight against childhood cancer. Here are five ways children across the country are making a difference:

1. Turning Sports Stats Into Research Dollars

Bella, an 8-year-old golfer in Illinois, is as driven to fight childhood cancer as she is to get pars on the golf course. After asking her... Read More

July 26, 2017
Teachers, here are six great ways to make community service part of your lesson planning!

by Trish Adkins, ALSF

The first day of school is almost here! And while summer days are winding down, the fall is the perfect time to join Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) in the fight against childhood cancer. We know firsthand how amazing kids are at helping kids. Our founder, Alex Scott, was just a young girl when she held her first lemonade stand. Kids everywhere joined her call-to-action and now, ALSF is more than an organization, it’... Read More

May 2, 2017
There are several great ways kids can help kids at school!

There are so many great ways schools can support Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation.

by Trish Adkins, ALSF

Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation was founded on the belief that kids can help other kids! We’ve always had amazing schools and teachers supporting our mission and raising funds for research. Here are five schools making a difference one cup at a time:

1. How Can One Child Make A Difference: Erpenbeck Elementary School, Florence, KY

At Erpenbeck Elementary School in Florence, KY, the teachers and students have been putting the squeeze on childhood cancer for three... Read More

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