We are proud to partner with companies who share our goal to advance the development of new treatments for children battling cancer.
AeroPress, the manufacturer of the innovative AeroPress coffee maker, has been a long-time valued supporter of Cookies for Kids’ Cancer. In 2020, together we launched the Innovative Translational Research Award. The award, generously sponsored by AeroPress, will grant one medical scientist with $100,000 over two years to fund clinical and translational research. AeroPress has also provided product donations throughout the years to incentivize our fundraisers.
Since 2011, OXO’s support has inspired more than 3,000 grassroots events in 700 cities and has helped to raise over $2.3 million for critical childhood cancer research. Through the “Bake a Difference” campaign, OXO released a limited-edition “Be a Good Cookie” spatula with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Cookies for Kids’ Cancer. Most recently, in September 2019, OXO employees held bake sales at their NYC headquarters, rotating shifts and collecting donations for two consecutive days raising $8,000. Held during September’s National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, OXO matches all grassroots donations up to $100,000 on behalf of their employees’ month-long fundraising efforts.
De’Longhi North America has generously donated 10% of all online sales to Cookies for Kids’ Cancer in the month of December as part of their #DaysofGiving holiday campaign in partnership with Elvis Duran and the Morning Show and more recently with KTU’s Cubby and Carolina in the Morning.
Our friends at De’Longhi also held a workplace bake sale on “Bring Your Child to Work Day” in 2019. De’Longhi purchased our gourmet cookies for the bake sale, raising $1,000 from employees, and the kids learned about the facts of childhood cancer, volunteerism, and the importance of pitching in to help others in need while swapping cookies for donations.
Since 2011, Denny’s restaurants in Greater Buffalo have teamed up to raise awareness and funds for Cookies for Kids’ Cancer by selling paper “cookies” in their restaurants as a symbol of support. Throughout the entire month of August, diners can purchase a paper cookie for $1, $5, $10, or make a donation of their choice and sign their name, the name of a loved one, or a personalized message before being displayed on the walls of participating restaurants.
We appreciate the many individuals, groups, and businesses who share our belief that if we all do a little, it will add up to a lot. In-kind donations help ensure the funds you raise go where they’re needed most — funding research for less toxic, more effective treatments for children fighting cancer.
We are extremely thankful to the following supporters for sharing their time, talents, and resources to help us make a difference.