As the impending holiday approaches, we thought it would only be fitting to dedicate this blog to what we at Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation for Childhood Cancer are thankful for. We are most thankful for our amazing volunteers and supporters - without you, we wouldn’t be making a difference in the world of childhood cancer – so this Thanksgiving – we are thankful for you! We are also thankful for Alex and all of the heroes who continue to inspire us every day – we are here for them. Words cannot express our gratitude to everyone who continues to be involved in the battle against childhood... Read More
Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, with the help of founding sponsor Volvo and with support from Summit Entertainment, is giving one lucky Twilight fan, and 49 of their closest friends, the opportunity to see New Moon before it hits theaters. Starting today, Friday, November 13, 2009, Twilight fans will have the opportunity to enter a fundraising challenge at AlexsLemonade.org to win a pre-screening of the new Twilight movie... Read More
As you probably know by now, Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation is dedicated to finding a cure for all childhood cancers. While on the surface, this statement seems to allude to medical research (which of course is true and vitally important), there is so much more that goes into the everyday lives of children and their families fighting the disease. In 2007, in an ongoing effort to improve the lives and care of kids with cancer, we introduced a Nurse Researcher Grant Program.These grants are given to nurses to help them find better ways to care for children undergoing cancer treatment. If you... Read More
Sullivan is a gifted kid who filled his days with piano and triathlons. After bouts of back pain, he went to the doctor and was diagnosed with medulloblastoma. It's been difficult for his family, but thankfully his scans have been clear since May 2017. Read more »
Our Scientific Advisory Board chooses projects that are likely to make critical contributions to current pediatric cancer research and play a part in bringing the latest and most promising lifesaving treatments for these children.