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10 Fresh Childhood Cancer Fundraising Ideas | FrontStream


September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and a great time to raise awareness and funds for treatment against the leading disease-related killer of children in the US.

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Boys & Girls Clubs of the Valley Increases Efficiency with VolunteerHub

Volunteer Hub

Donna: To be the premier out-of-school-time provider and leading voice for youth development in Arizona, ensuring youth and teens have the skills and resilience to successfully navigate childhood and prepare for adulthood. Donna: In fiscal year 2021/2022, we served almost 22,000 youth and teens. What has been your impact?


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Pop the champagne: This year Candid’s grants data set turns 21!


2002-2012 – Childhood During the first 10 years, Candid staff primarily focused on collecting grants of $10,000 or more awarded by a sample of the largest U.S. 2015 – Teens As Candid’s grants data approached its teenage years, many changes began to take place. private and community foundations.

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Non-Traditional Giving Days for Your Next Fundraiser

The Modern Nonprofit

to plan a monthlong peer-to-peer fundraising campaign: February = Black History Month, American Heart Month, Oral Hygiene Awareness Month, Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, Eating Disorder Awareness Month. Consider the various awareness months that are observed in the U.S.

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Breaking the Cycle & Starting the Mental Health Conversation

Saleforce Nonprofit

It’s easy to see why: One in seven American teens is estimated to have a mental health condition, and 76% of students say wellbeing is a top challenge. Benjamin Perks, UNICEF’s head of campaigns and advocacy, has seen firsthand how mental illness comes from adverse childhood experiences. “I

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Sexual Assault: Resources for Families and Tips for Self-Care

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Some wounds were fresh; others, like mine, were decades old or took place during childhood. For survivors, Teen Vogue published self-care tips, acknowledging that it’s hard to avoid triggers and be overwhelmed by the news. For parents, Psychology Today recently published tips on how to speak with loved ones about disclosure.

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14+ Excellent Nonprofit Annual Reports

Whole Whale

Full disclosure: This is from our founder George, who also co-founded , the largest teen poetry platform in the US. While you’re at it, read about the IRC’s awesome partnership with Sesame Workshop , BRAC and NYU to develop the largest early childhood intervention program in history with the support of a LEGO Foundation grant!