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Partner with your local ice cream store to do a last day of school ice cream fundraiser in your town to fundraise for us! This is our signature SCOOPS CHALLENGE – help us get one in all 50 states of the US and beyond! Click on a link below to register or donate to one of the 2017 Scoops Challenges. We are thrilled to have Ford Model of Courage Program Sponsoring the cost of the banners for this year! We will send you an entire kit with simple, turn-key instructions to do this yourself! Please contact email@example.com to request a kit!
Scoops Challenge Highlights and Photos
The Beth Calabotta Swim Challenge was started by friends and family of our beloved Beth, whom we lost to MBC in 2017. Her legacy continues through this awesome swim, which is now a registered event through the US Masters program. Beth swam even when her ribs were broken, because her spirit never, ever was. She inspires me and so many to pick our heads back up and live while we are still alive, no matter what. All proceeds, per one of Beth's final requests, go to The Cancer Couch Foundation. For more info on how to host a swim challenge at a pool near you, or join an existing one, contact Carrie Company for info about this US Masters registered swim challenge! firstname.lastname@example.org
Our annual Cancer Beat truly puts the fun in fundraising! This night celebrates life, love, and laughter with cool music, hilarious comedy, and incredible food. To see just what our past Cancer Beat events were all about, check out these exciting sizzle reels and stay tuned for our event next year!
There is no cure for Stage 4 Breast Cancer. More than 40,000 people die each year from Metastatic Breast Cancer (MBC) in the US alone-- our mother Judy Levin was one such casualty. Very little of the funding for breast cancer research goes to Metastatic Breast Cancer. So, we were determined to design a creative fundraising campaign to raise money. Judy was a beloved baker/cook even throughout her 6-year battle with MBC. Her kitchen was a communal table for family, friends and even strangers to embrace the tastes and love emanating from her dishes. After receiving multiple requests for Judy’s recipes over the decades, her daughters, Shari and Stacy, realized they could spread Judy’s culinary love -- all in the name of Metastatic Breast Cancer research. And so, in 2012, the Bake it Happen campaign was born.
Visit bakeithappen.net for more information!