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Avis Budget Group has raised over $100,000 for ALSF.

Both trying to bring smiles to the faces children fighting these challenges, Dorney Park and ALSF began their partnership in 2015. During the month of June, Dorney Park associates and guests celebrate “Lemonade Days” in an effort to raise both awareness and much needed funds to help fight childhood cancer. Through its Everyone Pays Kids Price ticket promotion, Lemon Run 5K, and various in-park promotions, social media campaigns and employee t-shirt sales, Dorney Park has generated over $170,000 towards finding a cure. At the end its season, Dorney Park is happy to host ALSF Hero Families for a fun-filled day at the park meant to “Scare Away Cancer”.

Florida's Natural has raised over $100,000 for ALSF.

Since 2016, Gap has been proud to support Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation with an optimistic summer collection that celebrates Alex’s hopeful legacy. The collection launches around Lemonade Day and 100% of net profits are donated to ALSF. Alex’s story reminds Gap that anyone can create positive change in the world regardless of age or circumstance and Gap is thrilled to share her powerful message.

 GSK

GSK supports Alex's Lemonade Stand in a variety of ways -- by sponsoring the annual Lemon Ball, holding an annual golf outing, and providing 6 month project managers on loan through their PULSE program. Their support comes from a variety of departments, all dedicated to helping cure childhood cancer.

Johnson & Johnson has raised over $100,000 for ALSF.

Kathmere Capital Management

Kathmere Capital Management has raised over $100,000 for ALSF.

Keller Williams

Keller Williams support started with the team of owners of Afleet Alex supporting Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation in 2005. Among the owners was Terese Brittingham, who also owns and operates Keller Williams Realty Group in Limerick, PA. Since 2005, Terese, her husband Bob, and the entire KW Team have held an annual Golf Outing to benefit the Foundation. The annual outing is held at the Rivercrest Golf Club and Preserve. 

Love Your Melon has provided over $100,000 in the continued fight against pediatric cancer. Half of the promised funds will be invested in Alex’s Young Investigator Grant Program to pursue necessary research in promising pediatric cancer research. The additional funds will be directed to Alex’s POST Program Grants to provide the educational funds for students interested in training with a pediatric oncology research mentor, investing in the future leaders of the pediatric research field.

Since 2011 Multi-Flow has proudly supported Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation through special event sponsorships and by donating a portion of their profits from their dispensed Harvest Squeeze Lemonade. To date, Multi-Flow has donated more than $140,000 in support of Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation and all families affected by childhood cancer.  

Omni

For the last four years, The Omni Hotel at Independence Park, together with a group of select vendors across the city, have auctioned off a complete wedding package, with all proceeds benefiting Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF).  The dream wedding  often boasts such inclusions as: rehearsal dinner,  ceremony, reception, rings and even a luxurious, all-inclusive honeymoon.  To date, The Omni Hotel at Independence Park has raised over 100,000 for ALSF.

Papa John's

Papa John's has raised over $100,000 for ALSF.

Reed Elsevier

Reed Elsevier employees have become known for their enthusiastic support of Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation. For several years, Elsevier employees across the country have been holding lemonade stands in their offices. In addition, Reed provides weekly volunteers to work at the Foundation offices.

With over 80 offices participating in 2016, RSM US LLP (RSM) brings their summer interns from across their national offices together to compete against each other to see what office can raise the most funds all while spreading awareness and having fun. RSM is the leading provider of audit, tax and consulting services focused on the middle market, with 9,000 people in 86 offices nationwide. The RSM internship program has donated over $150,000 the past 2 years to support Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation in the fight against childhood cancer.

Sage Financial Group has raised over $100,000 for ALSF.

Sila

The experts at Sila Heating & Air Conditioning have been making homes comfortable in the Northeast for three generations. From broken furnaces in the middle of a winter night to installing the latest technologies, Sila is a company of HVAC engineers and experts that will solve your home comfort needs.

The Hungry Cat is a delicious seafood restaurant with several locations in Southern California. For the past several years, the restaurant has kindly donated a portion of their lemonade sales to ALSF. Along with this generous donation, Chef and Owner of the Hungry Cat, David Lentz is a chef host of L.A. Loves Alex’s Lemonade, one of ALSF’s most successful culinary events.

In 2015, TRIOSE Inc., a healthcare logistics management firm based in Wyomissing, PA began its partnership with Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation. TRIOSE has supported the Foundation through numerous efforts; by pledging to match a portion of their clients’ savings generated from TRIOSE programs and donating them to ALSF, and engaging their employees in meaningful fundraising events through their Give Five program. TRIOSE’s fundraising efforts have helped to raise over $200,000 for childhood cancer research.

union street tavern

The Union Street Tavern has been supporting Alex's Lemonade Stand for almost ten years through their annual Tavern Trot.

Young Professionals of ALSF

Since the inception of the Young Professionals of ALSF in Philadelphia (formerly know as the Lemon Society of Philadelphia) in 2009, young professionals from the Philadelphia area have been dedicated to raising funds for ALSF through its membership dues and events. All funds raised by the YPALSF have supported ALSF’s Annual Childhood Cancer Symposium. In 2011, the YPALSF raised more than $45,000 enabling them to underwrite the cost of the Symposium as well as fund a Pediatric Oncology Student Training (POST) Grant.