Back by popular demand and better than ever. Registration for the Alex's Million Mile- Run. Walk. Ride launched today. This year it expanded to include cyclists. Last September, we had over 1000 teams complete over 250,000 miles to raise awareness and funds for childhood cancer research.- …Continue
Added by Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation on May 30, 2014 at 6:57pm — No Comments
Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) is happy to announce another round of free book distribution of “Alex and the Amazing Lemonade Stand” . The book was written by my wife and I with help from Alex. We would encourage you to take a copy to your kid's class or library. We like to describe the book as an inspiring and true story and will fill people up with emotion and motivation to make a difference in the lives of kids affected by childhood cancer.
If you are…Continue
Childhood cancer killed my 14 year old son AJ on January 5th, 2008.
Instead of reciting the usual statistics and why money and awareness is needed, I want to tell a little story. It’s not really mine or about AJ or other kids. I think it’s about the power of youth, not knowing any better, ill (well) behaved young women and men....
It's from a book by a reporter who’s been in Iraq and Afghanistan covering the war since 9/11. It’s not about strategic decisions, or…Continue
Added by Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation on August 14, 2013 at 2:54pm — No Comments
It’s always fun at this time of year to hear and read about everyone’s New Year’s resolutions. Whether they be focused on healthier living (anyone else see an increase in people at your gym this week?), wiser spending or more whimsical in nature, they have the ability to inspire us to try and do better and be better.
In addition to some loftier…Continue
Added by Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation on January 5, 2012 at 4:38pm — No Comments
The Seany Foundation would like to thank the Gold Level Sponsors for this year's Everything Is Possible Celebration. The event raised over $80K for pediatric cancer research. For photos and more info, visit http://blog.theseanyfoundation.org/?p=1025
Added by The Seany Foundation on October 24, 2011 at 3:14pm — No Comments
Today, 36 children will be diagnosed with cancer. At CureSearch, we are committed to raising funds to guarantee a cure for every child.
You can help.
To honor and remember the 36 children diagnosed with cancer today, please make a gift of $36. If you and 99 more people donate $36 today, and that is repeated every day in September,…Continue
Added by Bonnie Douglas on September 2, 2011 at 10:50am — No Comments
Hello. I’m Max’s dad, Andy Mikulak. Our family’s childhood cancer story begins in October 2004, shortly after the founder of Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, Alexandra “Alex” Scott, lost her life to childhood cancer. Max, our youngest child at the time, was a typical 3-year-old boy: He had the expected…Continue
Added by Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation on August 25, 2011 at 11:31am — No Comments
Upon the invitation of the Minority Leader of the U.S. House of Representatives, I travelled to Washington, DC today (4/26/11) to meet with one of her top policy advisors to discuss the unacceptable funding situation within the world of childhood cancers. Joining us was a representative of U.S. Rep. John Carney's (DE) office as well. I was very pleased and appreciative of the genuine concern that was shown for our children battling these terrible diseases. While I certainly don't know…Continue
Learn more about the new Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation Stand Ambassador Program! This program has motivated ALSF supporters help grow fundraising efforts within their communities by recruiting new supporters. The Ambassador Program operates on the thought that there is power in numbers. If each Ambassador recruits new supporters then there impact on childhood cancer becomes exponential. Getting involved with this program is a great way to do something fun, new, and important in the…Continue
Added by Jay Scott on April 14, 2011 at 4:37pm — No Comments
Attempting to unite the many childhood Cancer foundations with similar, if not the same goals (some dedicated to specific diseases, others focused on quality of life issues or providing comfort rather than research) is a monumental task, and I so appreciate PAC2 for providing an open forum where information can be shared so that our community can become more aware of itself.
Awareness about childhood Cancer awareness? Yes. It's desperately needed.
Added by Amy Bucher on January 12, 2011 at 10:00am — No Comments
Stand Up To Cancer has graciously worked with PAC2, Alex's Lemonade Stand, St. Baldricks, CureSearch and the Rally Foundation for the past two months. Throughout September SU2C will be posting articles on kids and people fighting for a cure. The first article was posted today on the SU2C website, you can read it here. Please leave a comment on SU2C to demonstrate the powerful nature and strength of our childhood cancer…Continue