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Community Events & Fundraisers

Get involved year-round by volunteering your time to put together an event or fundraiser. Hosting a fundraiser or an event is a great way to get involved and help children battling cancer while supporting CURE’s mission to conquer childhood cancer.

The best part about a fundraiser or event is that it can look any way you want it to! Host in person or virtually, with friends or your company, or you can do it all yourself. You could host a golf tournament, gold out event, fun run, monthly giveback, spirit night, denim day, percentage night, or anything else! The options for your fundraiser are endless.

Raising awareness and critical funds begins with a big heart and a little planning. And we won’t leave you alone. We have experience, resources, and materials to support your efforts. Check out our partner resource page for everything you need to make your fundraiser a success.

Start planning today and join us in the fight for children with cancer!


Business, Individual, and School Partners

Here are a few examples of successful engagements we’ve seen in recent years.

All Inspired Boutique

Held a Gathering For Good night with a portion of the proceeds benefiting CURE.

Ally Bank

Donated to CURE so they could wear jeans during the month.

Alpharetta Children’s Dentistry

Held a Coins4CURE coin drive all month.

Belle du Jour Salon

Donated 10% of all proceeds and held a gift basket raffle.

Cherokee Bluff High School

Held a Gold-Out game and sold t-shirts.

Chicken Salad Chick

Gave a coupon card for a free scoop of chicken salad when customers donated to CURE.


Held a Cookies for CURE day where a percentage of cookie sales benefited CURE.

Howard Brothers Hardware

Allowed customers to round-up their purchase or donate at the register.

HRA Foundation

Hosted a golf tournament – registration fees and raffle tickets benefited CURE.

Next Move Real Estate

Donated $300 per listing or accepted offer.

Orangetheory Fitness

Held fitness classes with proceeds benefiting CURE.

Scream’n Nuts

Baked a Gold Ribbon donut with a portion of the proceeds benefiting CURE.

The Springs Cinema & Taphouse

Had a special beer brewed and sold it throughout the month.

Village Burger

Sold $1 & $5 donation cards and lined the walls with them.


Hosted a percentage night when a percentage of their proceeds benefited CURE.

Virtual and Do-it-yourself Options

Create Your Own Virtual Fundraiser For CURE!

Hosting a fundraiser is a great way to help children battling cancer and support the mission of finding a cure. CURE’s Do It Yourself site allows you to create and share your fundraiser with family and friends. Whether you’re celebrating a significant event, honoring someone special, or just have a great idea to raise money, our DIY site will make it easy! Set a goal, add a picture, write a description, and you’re on your way. Click the button below to begin.

Create your Virtual Fundraiser

Warrior Martial Arts created an online fundraiser in addition to their in-person event and used it as an avenue to take registration dollars.

Christina and her husband created a DIY Wedding Registry and asked for donations to CURE in lieu of gifts.

ESI created an online fundraiser for their employees to donate individually and make a collective impact.

Liz and Mike held a holiday fundraiser and made a DIY page to ask for year-end donations from friends and family.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I submit the donations?

To submit your donations:

Mail a check or money order made out to CURE Childhood Cancer

CURE Childhood Cancer
200 Ashford Center North, Suite 250
Atlanta, GA 30338

*Be sure to include your fundraiser or event name


Submit your donation online by simply CLICKING HERE 

*Please add your fundraiser or event name in the additional comment section

Where can I find a CURE donation bucket label?

Click HERE to download our donation bucket label.

Are there directions for setting up a DIY fundraising page?

Click HERE to download instructions about setting up your DIY page.

Who can I contact with questions?

If you have an idea for a fundraiser or a question, please feel free to contact Molly Nash at [email protected].