Like racing, beating childhood cancer is a team sport. Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation is grateful for the generosity of partners who help fund groundbreaking research across the country. Thanks to their support, we can find less toxic, more effective treatments for kids with cancer. We are proud to call these businesses and organizations teammates in a race where every child matters and every hour counts.
The following supporters are helping transform September 2019 from Childhood Cancer Awareness Month to Childhood Cancer Action Month. Each business is donating a portion of proceeds during the month of September to help change outcomes for the number one cause of death by disease for kids.
Want to join them? Contact Brad today!
For the third year in a row, our supporters raised $1 million in two short months during the annual Corvette For A Cure fundraiser. That means we’re $1 million closer to finding less toxic, more effective treatments for the No. 1 cause of death by disease for children. We think that’s something to celebrate! Thanks to the following Corvette For A Cure celebration sponsors for helping us honor all of our ticket-buyers and this monumental achievement.
Throughout the month of September, visit Smallcakes Utopia (6925 University City Blvd #415, Charlotte, NC 28262) and make a $5 donation to add your name to their wall of supporters in the race to beat childhood cancer. For each $5 donation you make, you will also receive a $5 off coupon on your next purchase of 6 or 12 pack of cupcakes.
Thank you to Smallcakes Utopia for Joining the Race to beat childhood cancer!!
These partners support the race to beat childhood cancer every day by hosting one of our donation boxes where you can donate your spare change to make a big change. Please consider visiting these local businesses to show your support and look for the JGCF coin box at check out!
Own a business that might want to become a donation box location? Contact Brad today to learn more!
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