Friday, June 20, 2014

Crush Kids' Cancer Bumper Sticker Project

Summer is just beginning and that means a new project from Crush Kids' Cancer: The Kids' Chapter!

For this project, all you have to do is purchase a Crush Kids' Cancer bumper sticker on our Zazzle store, display it somewhere (your car, your office, your room, etc.) and send us a picture! Buy one for every car you own, buy one for all of your office workers, give them as gifts at a BBQ! Be creative and spread the word!


Bumper Stickers cost $5.00 each and we receive 25% of the proceeds. That 25% will be donated to Crush Kids' Cancer: David Archuleta's Angels.

Email us your pictures and be sure to also post them on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, etc. and tweet us @TheKidsChapter!

The goal is to sell as many bumper stickers as possible, spread the word and raise as much for Crush Kids' Cancer as we can!

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Welcome Back, David Archuleta!

Thank you to everyone who participated and donated to Crush Kids' Cancer for our Welcome Back, David gift! 

Since we began on March 17, 2014, Crush Kids' Cancer: David Archuleta's Angels has raised $913! 

We cannot wait to tell David and we're sure he is going to be thrilled to learn of our project and our gift to him.


Friday, March 14, 2014

'Welcome Back, David' Mission

Crush Kids' Cancer: The Kids' Chapter is about to set out on our own mission just before David gets back from his!


In case you haven't heard, David is due to come home from his mission at the end of this month. The Kids' Chapter has decided that as a Welcome Back present for David, we're about to begin our own fundraising mission! Starting Monday, March 17, 2014, our goal is to get as many donations to Crush Kids' Cancer: David Archuleta's Angels as possible. This project will run until April 1, 2014 and we will announce the total amount that was raised, as well as let David know about this wonderful Welcome Back gift from all of his fans!

To donate, go HERE and click Donate To This Team. Remember, no amount is too small! And if you aren't able to donate, you can always simply help us spread the word about this new project! We appreciate all forms of support! :)

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

An Important Mission for Go-Getters!

Here's a message from Crush Kids' Cancer team captain PecanPie about a special mission for all of you go-getters!

message from Stand Up 2 Cancer team captain Pecan Pie of team - Crush Kids' Cancer - David Archuleta's Angels:


Greetings Survivors, Supporters, Go-Getters! I have an extra-special "mission" for the next 10 people who can be in NYC by 7:45am Wed, March 19. SU2C is launching a campaign, called “The Baton Pass,” with a live segment on Good Morning America in Times Square on Wednesday, March 19th. The survivors/advocates will be passing a special relay baton with a button that’s pressed to log each time the baton changes hands. For each pass of the baton, Siemens will donate one dollar to SU2C, up to $1 million. - Participants will need to be on-site outside GMA’s Times Square studio at 7:45 a.m. - Segment will be filmed around 8:30 a.m. - SU2C will provide SU2C and “The Baton Pass” t-shirts for survivors/advocates to wear - Participants should be finished and free to go by 9:30 a.m. Shoot me a message here at SU2C or at my twitter @pecanpie by Thursday if you can make it. Peace out!

Thursday, March 6, 2014

Tyler's Birthday Parade in Rhode Island

Credit to Bobby Rotondo
Today, March 6, 2014, is Tyler Seddon's 7th birthday. Tyler is a little boy from Rhode Island who is battling leukemia for a second time. He's known to love firefighters and policemen and wants to be both a firefighter and a policeman when he grows up.

A few weeks ago, I heard about Tyler's story on my local Boston news which spread the word about Tyler's aunt and mother's hopes to gather birthday cards from policemen and firefighters for Tyler. Upon learning this, I immediately thought of my cousin, Bobby, who is a firefighter for the Lynn Fire Department in Massachusetts. I contacted Bobby and shared with him Tyler's story and he was kind enough to plan on sending Tyler some birthday cards from his station.

What I didn't know, was that there was a parade being held for Tyler on his birthday in Rhode Island. Bobby and two others from his station attended the parade, along with 185 police cars, 30 fire engines and 12 motorcycles. Burillville, RI law enforcement made Tyler Chief of Police for the day and he received a special uniform and badge at a swearing-in ceremony. It was noted that Tyler also received almost 800 birthday cards and his family is overwhelmed with the wonderful response.

Credit to Bobby Rotondo

Visit Tyler Troops to learn more and don't forget to crush kids' cancer!

Friday, November 1, 2013

2013 David Archuleta Christmas/Birthday Project

As many of you may remember, last year around this time, The Kids' Chapter held our David Archuleta Christmas/Birthday Project, selling ornaments with proceeds going to Crush Kids' Cancer: David Archuleta's Angels as our Christmas and Birthday gift to David.

This year, we're at it again with a newly designed ornament made by The Kids' Chapter team member Lynsey!

From now (Nov 1) to the end of the year (Dec 31), you have the chance to purchase this new ornament and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Crush Kids' Cancer as our Christmas/Birthday gift to David!


The ornament is $13.95 and will hang nicely on every Archie's Christmas tree, or could be a great stocking stuffer! If you do not celebrate Christmas but still want to be a part of this project, you can always purchase an ornament and give it to someone you know will love it, or donate it to a local hospital, etc.

Like last year, after this project concludes, we will be letting David know how many ornaments sold and how much was raised for Crush Kids' Cancer!

Last year's project was a success, let's make this year's project an even bigger success! 

You can go HERE to purchase our new Crush Kids' Cancer ornament!

Monday, September 2, 2013

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. In honor of this awareness month, the Zakim Bridge in Boston is lighting up in gold (the gold ribbon is the symbol for Childhood Cancer) starting yesterday until September 7th.

Thanks erinmarie31080 for the photo!

Thanks elee615 for the photo!

What is YOUR community, city or state doing for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month? Send us an email or tweet and let us know and we'll post it on the site! If there isn't anything going on, MAKE something happen! Hold a fundraiser, volunteer at a local children's hospital, or simply give a donation to Crush Kids' Cancer by clicking that big Donate button on the right or just click HERE!

Spread the awareness this month and continue to Crush Kids' Cancer!