Making Lemons into Lemonade for Kids with Cancer
Lemonade Days is an annual tradition at Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation which celebrates our founder, Alex Scott, and her call to ask everyone to join the fight against childhood cancer.
Although 2020 presented some unique challenges to the tried and true tradition of holding lemonade stands, hundreds of amazing supporters came together to host virtual and social-distancing friendly fundraisers for Lemonade Days. Their dedication supports essential research for new cures for all kids with cancer. Check out the Lemonade Days photo album to see how supporters turned lemons into lemonade.
Need some ideas?
Check out the suggestions below or visit this page for more fun ways to participate!
Set up a lemonade stand for curbside lemonade pickup or collect orders from family and friends for your lemonade delivery service!
Decorate paper lemons or lemonade cups and send them to donors, letting them know about your fundraiser. You can also send them an IOU card – to be redeemed for an icy glass of lemonade in the future!
Hold a lemonade stand over video chat. Go live on Facebook or Instagram to show off your stand, or take photos making lemonade and tag your donors!
While Lemonade Days 2020 has ended, you can still search for events near you throughout the year!
We are here to help
We’ll be in touch to help you get ready for your stand/event, and we’ll give you loads of information on how to submit your funds online or via mail! If you have questions, contact a stand coach at [email protected].
Thanks for making a difference by literally taking a stand (a lemonade stand!) against childhood cancer.
About Lemonade Days
In the spirit of our founder, 8-year-old Alexandra “Alex” Scott’s ambitious goal to raise $1 million, which she reached before she passed away in 2004, Lemonade Days consistently raises $1 million annually. Each year since 2004, supporters across the globe hold their own fundraisers in their communities to raise funds to support our mission of changing the lives of kids with cancer and their families.