We welcome businesses, organizations and individuals to hold fundraisers or host parties to benefit Cancer Support Community. Invite your employees, friends, family and colleagues to learn more about CSC and have fun at our facility or the venue of your choice.
Here are a few ways you can fundraise for CSC:
• Throw a party—a cook-out or “Cocktails for a Cause”—and ask for donations
• Host a game night (trivia, cards, board games, etc.) and request an admission donation
• Set a fitness goal (i.e., a distance to bike, run or swim) and ask friends and family to sponsor
Pictured above: Every year Joe Kemp and Jeff Bloomrosen complete a one day 205 mile fundraising bike ride to celebrate Robin Kemp and support CSC.
• Ask your employer to host a “jeans day” and collect donations from co-workers who want to wear jeans
• Have a garage sale and donate proceeds
If you are interested in planning an event to benefit CSC, please contact Amanda Carlson, Development and Communications Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Waterway Continues Breast Cancer Awareness Month Partnership
For the past 5 years, Waterway Carwash has teamed up with Cancer Support Community of Greater St. Louis during October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Through these efforts they have donated over $14,000 to the programs at CSC! Visit any of their 7 locations throughout the month of October to donate and join them in extending support to those facing cancer in our community.
Shop For A Cause
On Saturday, October 14th, Athleta will host Shop for a Cause. Maggie Compernolle, yoga instructor and registered oncology nurse, will instruct a free yoga class from 8:30-9:30am. Stay afterwards to shop the store. Athleta will give back 10% of proceeds to the Cancer Support Community of Greater St. Louis.
Going The Distance
On Saturday, September 23, Joe Kemp left his home in St. Louis to embark on a 15:08 hour bike ride. 209.45 miles later he arrived in Lake of the Ozarks. Joe rides in honor of his wife, Robin, and her 15-year milestone as a cancer survivor. Family, friends, and coworkers sponsor the ride by donating to the programs at CSC.
Creativity Adds Up
Karen Seigel, teacher at Andrews Academy and STEPS FOR HOPE team captain, created a fun after-school activity to raise support for her team, Mrs. Witt’s Warriors.
“I held a fundraiser after school and raised more than $300. Here are some pictures of the kids playing "spin to win." I sold the 20 raffle tickets I had and have orders for 15 more! Everyone had a great time.”
Running For A Cause
Crestwood Elementary School held a 5k running event in honor of one of their teachers, Beth Kennedy. They raised over $500 for CSC and here’s why;
“My family has participated in the Families Connect program for many months now and feel a sense of home when we are there. That’s why I couldn’t wait to raise some money for your great organization.” -Beth Kennedy