Get Your Business Involved
No matter the size, businesses and corporations are powerful sources of support for childhood cancer research. A small local business can bring a community together with a bake sale, while corporate partnerships can inspire consumers nationwide to raise pediatric cancer awareness and critically needed funds.
We recognize that employee volunteerism plays an important role in your Corporate/Business Social Responsibility goals. We offer a variety of opportunities to co-create a customized, impactful, and engaging employee experience.
Employee Baking Day
Engage your staff, clients, and community by baking and packaging thousands of cookies, fueling hundreds of bake sales across the nation. Taking place at our partner kitchens across the U.S., this hands-on event can accommodate 150+ volunteers per day in shifts of approximately 25-30 people.
& Matching Gifts
Encourage employees to contribute a meaningful gift through payroll deductions. Double your employees’ impact by matching their gifts. We also provide an easy-to-use fundraising platform for employees who want to fundraise within their own community.
Empower your employees to connect to our mission in creative ways. Our partners have supported us through golf tournaments, workplace fitness competitions, and fundraising in marathons — creating new opportunities to engage or adding activities to existing company programs/events.
One way corporate supporters have structured their partnerships is with co-branded products. For example, OXO Good Grips created a “Good Cookie” turner in support of Cookies for Kids’ Cancer. OXO sold the spatulas with a percentage of proceeds going to Cookies for Kids’ Cancer. Co-branded products have included a wide-range of products from sneakers to bath and beauty lines.
Aligning a brand with a meaningful cause not only moves customers but also employees. Our cause marketing programs are not one size fits all but are customized to meet the specific objectives of each partner. We have experience working on both the non-for-profit and for profit front and understand the needs of both.