Did you know that September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month?
Here at Guest Relations Marketing, we’re zealots for a lot of things. One of the causes we’re most passionate about is CURE Childhood Cancer. Not only is CURE one of our clients, but we’ve taken a personal investment in the organization. One of the GRM partners, April Voris, is currently serving as Board President for CURE. Additionally, April and our Director of Engagement & Social Media, Ashley Schoenith, have each set up fund raising pages for the event, CURE’s Kids Conquer Cancer One Day at a Time. Click here to check out April’s fund raising page and click here to check out Ashley’s.
Since we have asked others, such as some of our blogger friends, to actively participate as a blogger in the CURE Community, we should follow suit as well. As zealots, it’s our duty to help raise awareness and get others involved in helping CURE.
This month, CURE is sharing stories and honoring children who have been touched by childhood cancer each day in September as part of their 3rd annual CURE’s Kids Conquer Cancer One Day at a Time. In their first two years of the program, CURE has honored over 150 children and raised nearly $400,000 to help fight childhood cancer.
What is “I Support CURE’s Kids?”
The idea for “I Support CURE’s Kids” began as a way for friends in the blogging community to help show their support for CURE Childhood Cancer during the month of September.
An amazing group of bloggers has agreed to “donate” a blog post during the month of September to help spread awareness for CURE Childhood Cancer, as well as a spot on their blog for the “I Support CURE’s Kids” blog badge. Some amazing bloggers have generously agreed to take part already. We hope you will consider doing so on your own blog, too!
I Support CURE’s Kids Blogger Raffle
And, as a little extra fun, some amazing bloggers, business owners & companies have donated some fabulous products and services that moms & kids will simple adore for CURE’s “I Support CURE’s Kids Blogger Raffle.” You can get in on the goods for as little as $10 (which all goes directly to support CURE) – click here to view the list of raffle items that you could win!