Fundraising Ideas

Fundraising Ideas

There are so many ways you can fundraise to help support pediatric cancer research. Below are fundraising suggestions, but we enCOURAGE you to come up with your own idea.

Please contact Karen our Fundraising Coach at for help in getting your fundraiser started today.

AMAZON SMILE – Buy anything off of this site and select CancerFree KIDS as your charity of choice and we will receive .5% of the purchase.

The next time you are planning your birthday party, why not have it benefit CancerFree KIDS?  What a great way to celebrate!  Echoage is an organization that helps you plan the party. Click here to find out more information on how to host your birthday party and have it benefit CFK.

Tailgating Fundraiser – This is our Bengals Bomb Squad who has a tailgate party before the Bengals vs. Browns games to help raise money for pediatric cancer research

Set up Monthly Giving – each month you can automatically donate to CancerFree KIDS.

Click Here to sign up for Monthly Donations.  Click “Donate Now” and Choose the Monthly option under “Select an Amount”.

Register for Kroger Plus Community Rewards®

Click Here to register, when prompted enter CancerFree Kid’s Code: 83700

Organize a cornhole tournament at your school. Miami University organizes an event each year to help raise awareness and funds for pediatric cancer research.

Simply put a donation jar at your event…

KIDS can Fundraise Too

Meet Jason, our honey extraordinaire!

This summer he wanted to make a difference and raise money for CancerFree KIDS. So with the help of his grandparents he learned how to care for honey bees, extract the honey and fill the bottles. Then he walked his entire neighborhood, up and down hills, to sell his honey. He came in to our office with a check made out to CancerFree KIDS for $215!!

Set up your own lemonade stand

Host a carnival at your school

Collect unwanted sporting equipment to raise money for CancerFree KIDS and their mission to end childhood cancer through Athletes for Alex

These Loveland Intermediate School kids published and sold a book to help raise money.

Host your own bake sale in your neighborhood or school.

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