Candlelighters DIY fundraising events are a wonderful and rewarding way to support your friend, family member or co-worker who has a child battling pediatric cancer.
Channel your imagination, your ideas and your energy for a purpose. Your "Do-It-Yourself" event can be anything from a 5k race, golf tournament, auction, host a dinner, scrapbooking party or bake sale. Let your talents and interests lead you to your own fundraising venture.
For more information, contact Jennifer Jones at email@example.com or call 503.719.4244
Coins for Candlelighters
Is a fun, easy way to raise money to support families affected by childhood cancer. Your loose change supports our Emergency Financial Assistance Program, Scholarships to cancer survivors, toys for children and teen specific items, food for the hospitals pantries and hot-catered meals. We partner with schools, businesses and community groups to execute this program.
Kids Helping Kids
Looking for a fun way to help increase awareness of the impacts of childhood cancer and raise funds to help more families locally? KIDS HELPING KIDS is a part of our COINS FOR CANDLELIGHTERS program that teaches service learning, character education and charity in schools where students gain the unique experience of kids helping kids through a coin collection fundraiser.
You make a connection with your local school and we give you all the tools to implement a program. For additional details contact the Candlelighters office at 503 719-4244 or email Jennifer Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BottleDrop is a new system for redeeming bottles and cans in Oregon. Just by recycling you can trigger a donation to Candlelighters For Children With Cancer. Just Stop by any BottleDrop center and select Candlelighters as your charity of choice!
Oregon Cancer Bike Out
September 16 - Ashland - 4,600 feet of descent from Mt. Ashland to Lithia Park.
October 7 - Bend - More than 1,400 vertical feet of descent.
Visit www.cancerbikeout.org to learn more about this fantastic event benefitting Candlelighters For Children With Cancer.