For anyone who has been a longtime supporter of Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, you know that each and every year the foundation introduces a new commemorative t-shirt. Dating back to the United Stands of America t-shirt in 2005, the foundation has worked to create a fun and inspirational t-shirt that our supporters…Continue
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I had the extreme pleasure and honor of attending three incredible St. Baldrick's events in Philadelphia this month.
They. Were. AWESOME!
It's difficult to describe the energy, the enthusiasm, the JOY of these events. Seeing people pass around a hat, filling it with cash (going towards research) amounting to $1000 to see two guys shave off their beards and mustaches in addition to their heads almost made me fall off of my chair.
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Throughout the last few years I have been a proud member of PAC2. Through PAC2 I have gotten to know many other advocates. I have gotten familiar with many great organizations in the childhood cancer world. I have gone to DC to talk to lawmakers. I will continue to be a part of PAC2. I will continue to make calls to my lawmakers. But where I am focusing my fundraising efforts is through Rally Foundation for Childhood Cancer Research.…Continue
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The recent airing of the OSCARs inspired us to create an awards show of our own - with a twist! We are proud to announce our first ever Lemonade Video Awards. We're featuring our very own celebrities - Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation supporters. It's easy to take part in our Lemonade Video Awards and we…Continue
Dear Friends, one and all: It may be good to note our appreciation for some of those who have funded the research at Stanford Univ School of Medicine, and have helped bring along thewonderful news in DIPG research of this week. Please join me in sending out thanks, by sending a message to the addresses and/or links below. Something as simple as this worked for me:
Thank you for support of research at Stanford Univ. School of Medicine, which has led to the major discovery…Continue
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