Great Holiday Ideas That Help Cure Childhood Cancer



Atlanta, GA – The holiday season is upon us and why not give a gift that gives back? The non-profit charity, Curing Kids’ Cancer, is offering shoppers two unique ways to give gifts that raise money for cuttingedge pediatric cancer research: Blankets

Curing Kids’ Cancer is pleased to introduce Blankets Curing Kids’ Cancer. The Blankets Curing Kids` Cancer program allows shoppers two options for giving. They can buy a plush fleece blanket with the Curing Kids’ Cancer logo that can be used as a great stadium or picnic blanket with proceeds going towards pediatric cancer research. Or, they can buy a blanket directly for a childhood cancer patient and send the child a personalized message. If in the state of Georgia , your blanket will be sent to a patient at the Aflac Cancer Center and Blood Disorders Service of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. The blankets are available in two sizes, infant and large, and come in a variety of colors. Infant blankets cost $20 and large blankets are $30. Order online at www.curingkidscancer. org

Teachers Curing Kids Cancer

Instead of buying the typical coffee mug or apple bookmark for the teacher’s holiday gift this year, make a donation to Teachers Curing Kids’ Cancer. The donation goes to fund cutting edge pediatric cancer treatments. In return, teachers receive a personalized certificate and for donations of $50 or more, a t-shirt, a tote bag, or a thermal mug. Giving to Teachers Curing Kids’ Cancer is a wonderful new way for students to help other children while honoring their teachers. It is a gift that everyone can feel good about – it teaches many lessons while touching many lives. Details of the program are available at www.teacherscuringkidscancer. org.

How It Works:

Kids and parents donate their gift to Teachers Curing Kids Cancer.

In return, the teacher receives an original Teachers Curing Kids’ Cancer gift, a certificate honoring them for their inspiration as a teacher. For gifts of $50 or more, the teachers also receive an original tote bag, t-shirt or thermal mug.

The money supports pediatric cancer research in the teacher’s local area.

Donations can be made at www.curingkidscancer.org .

The effort is based on the fast-growing “Coaches Curing Kids’ Cancer” program in which youth sports teams donate their coaches’ end-of-season gift to pediatric cancer research. About Curing Kids’ Cancer:

Inspired by nine-yearold Killian Owen’s battle with leukemia, Curing Kids’ Cancer Inc. is a unique, national grassroots movement which aims to raise both awareness and money to find cures for all types of childhood cancer. Our pro- grams fund the development of cutting edge therapies which will revolutionize childhood cancer treatment by replacing traditional chemotherapy. Our objective is to turn this killer disease into a curable one in our lifetime. Details are available at www.curingkid- scancer.org/


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