Be A Champion for Kids with Cancer
Turn your season’s stats into lifesaving research dollars
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Anyone who plays a sport can be a Champion for Kids with Cancer!
Whether you are a basketball player scoring points, a goalie making saves, a baseball player getting steals, or a cyclist riding miles, there are plenty of ways to participate! Join athletes from all over the country who have already joined Champion for Kids with Cancer by turning athletic accomplishments info lifesaving research dollars.
When you register as a Champion on our website, you'll create a custom webpage where you can upload photos, share your athetic goals and track your progress--all while collecting donations to help change the lives of children with cancer. Through your Champion page, your friends and family can pledge or donate for whatever stat you are tracking. For example, $2 per point X 50 points = $100 donation to research. Now that is a win-win!
Teams are also welcome to register together and track their achievements as a group throughout the season.
Once you’ve registered, we will be in touch! You’ll also receive a Champion kit in the mail complete with posters, stickers and other items to help you promote your Champion Campaign and all you’re doing to fight childhood cancer.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Champion for Kids with Cancer?
Champions are athletes of all ages that dedicate their seasons to children with cancer. Through a personalized web page, friends and family can make a one-time donation or pledge a dollar amount for athletic accomplishments. (For example, $2 per point X 50 points = $100 to research). Play the sport you love, raise awareness for children’s cancer and bring potentially lifesaving treatment options to thousands of kids waiting for a cure.
Who can be a Champion? *
Champion for Kids with Cancer is for everyone! Play the sport you love, raise funds and awareness and bring hope to thousands of kids and their families by turning your stats into research dollars. Through a personalized fundraising webpage, friends and family can make a one-time donation or pledge a dollar amount per athletic accomplishment. (For example, $2 per point X 50 points = $100 donation to research). Teams can register together too and track their group accomplishments!
*Please note that we suggest all high school athletes interested in participating in the Champions program notify their coach and athletic director of their participation. College athletes should talk with their compliance office about participation. For more specific information on NCAA compliance and the Champions program email [email protected].
Why support the Champions program?
Children with cancer need you on their team. Childhood cancers are the number one disease killer of children and pediatric cancer research is vastly and consistently underfunded. Your support means more research projects in the hopes of eliminating this disease from children’s lives.
Where does the money go?
All funds raised go directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation for Childhood Cancer Research, a registered 501(c)3 charity. Careful distribution of our grants allows doctors to bring the latest and most promising life saving treatments to seriously ill children. These grants provide hope for childhood cancer patients. Visit our Where the Money Goes section to learn more about how your donation helps.
How do I get started?
It takes just a few minutes to create a personalized web page. Click Build Your Own Page and fill out a quick registration.
Can I participate as a Champion for a service project or community service hours?
Absolutely! Our coaches work with students across the country to plan events and approve service hours.
Where do I send the money from my fundraiser?
The easiest way to donate your funds is via debit card or credit card directly to your fundraising page. However, we do accept checks and money orders too!
Send a check or money order to:
Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation
111 Presidential Blvd.
Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
**Please include your Event Name and Event Code found on your event page below Event Details.