A True Grass-Roots Effort
The Cure Starts Now is truly a grass-roots effort and your participation helps further our mission of finding the homerun cure for cancer.
Start a Fundraiser
Caps for the Cure, Layup 4 Lauren, Make a Stand, raffles, you name it – it raises money! We have amazing event coordinators who are skilled in making your fundraiser go as smoothly as possible – from executing on short timeframes to more elaborate event planning. Connect with one of our event coordinators.
Ask for Donations
Whether it is on social media, email or face-to-face, asking individuals to donate to the effort is the easiest way to raise money for DIPG research. Try asking for donations during major life events like birthdays and anniversaries. Both businesses and people respect the battle that DIPG parents face and will understand how important it is to fund research to find and end to cancer. Need help amplifying your message? Just ask us, we have sample letters and easy to use tools to make it simple.
Hero Challenge - CSN Annual Giving Campaign
People from all walks of life, from all cancer backgrounds and even those who have yet to be affected by cancer will unite to issue their own Hero Challenge. Each person offers to complete a challenge if their family, friends or co-workers will pledge money to The Cure Starts Now Foundation and their quest to find the homerun cure for ALL cancers by starting with the deadliest of cancers, pediatric brain cancer.
Submit your challenge today or contact us for more details!
Caps For The Cure
Caps for the Cure is a fun and easy way to raise much needed funds and awareness for pediatric brain cancer research. We are asking schools across the country to help us in this battle by allowing their students to wear a hat for the day to show their support for pediatric brain cancer research. In exchange for their ability to wear a hat for the day, students will donate $1.00 to The Cure Starts Now. Excited about helping children with brain cancer and want to do more? Many schools have offered to make the event bigger.
Here are some ideas:
- Have the classes compete with each other to collect the most money.
- Have a teacher or staff member offer to do something crazy (shave their hair, wear PJ's to school, dye their hair pink) if they raise a certain amount of money.
- Offer an ice cream/pizza party or other incentive if they reach a certain goal.
Be creative! Kids always like a challenge and this is a great way to teach them the benefit of giving.
To register your school or get more information, please email us at email@example.com!