There are several ways students and staff at schools and universities can get involved in Four Diamonds’ fundraising programs for childhood cancer.
Schools and universities can donate to support our childhood cancer treatment and research through:
Mini-THON® enables K-12 students to join the fight against childhood cancer. Since the program started in 1993, Mini-THONs have helped raise money for medical care and research while bringing hope to childhood cancer patients and their families.
Through this year-long school fundraiser, students work to get their school and local community involved in their philanthropy efforts. At the end of the year, there is a multi-hour event that includes fun activities from games to dancing.
In addition to raising funds, students will learn valuable skills they can apply to their personal interactions and future professional lives, like problem-solving, teamwork, critical thinking and communication skills.
To host your own Mini-THON at your school, all you have to do is follow three simple steps:
1. Recruit Friends ・ 2. Select an Advisor ・ 3. Plan an Event Date
Team FTK® unites colleges and universities to help conquer childhood cancer. Student leaders can create a school community that works together to raise funds and spread awareness for childhood cancer patients and their families. Getting involved in Team FTK® is easy. To start:
Your fundraising options are truly endless. Think about your interests and passions and then start planning some ideas, like:
Join Play For The Kids™ now through September—Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. This program makes it easy for entire schools to fundraise for childhood cancer care and research. College and University students can engage in fun activities to help conquer childhood cancer.
Some ways you can do this include:
Your school or university can join Four Diamonds’ mission to conquer childhood cancer. Whether you host a conquer challenge or join a student leadership development program like Mini-THON®, you’ll be making a difference in the lives of childhood cancer patients and their families.Get Involved Today