GIVE THEM HOPE.
BE THEIR HERO.
Fundraise for Hope & Heroes
Host AN EVENT
By hosting your own event, you can raise funds to support Hope & Heroes in the fight against pediatric cancer and blood disorders. Invite friends and family to join you in your efforts, and together you can make a difference!
Make your special occasion even more meaningful by dedicating it to the fight against pediatric cancer and blood disorders. Whether it’s your birthday, anniversary, Bar/Bat Mitzvah, wedding, or any other significant event, you can make a difference in the lives of children and families in need through a special occasion fundraiser.
Raise money during an emergency (e.g. Covid-19 outbreak).
Fitness at home
Set yourself a physical challenge and track your progress with Strava.
Use live streaming or video calls to host an online quiz or social events.
Take part in a sponsored gaming marathon or competition.
Taking part in an event
From a marathon, triathlon or charity bike ride to a sponsored walk or trek. Raise money for any official event.
Celebrating an occasion
Ask friends for donations rather than birthday or wedding gifts.
Pay tribute to a loved one by collecting donations for a cause they cared about.
Doing your own thing
Shave your head, give up
chocolate, do something
Unite in September for National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
- Donate: Make a one-time or recurring gift to Hope & Heroes.
- Go Gold: Wear a gold ribbon. Decorate your T-shirts or hats in gold. Wear gold laces in your shoes or sneakers. Take a photo and send it to us – we will share it!
- Change Your Social Profile: Add a gold awareness frame to your profile photo.
- Share Your Story: Inspire others to donate to Hope & Heroes by sharing your connection to the cause.
- Share Our Story: Use our sample social media images and captions on your social pages. Be sure to use the hashtags: #BeTheirHero and #HopeandHeroes.
- Zoom Your Support: Use our custom Hope & Heroes backdrops in your online meetings.
- Rally Your Community: Ask local schools or colleges to help spread awareness during a sporting event.