Set up a fundraiser today
We invite you to share your connection to our mission with your community to raise funds on behalf of Dear Jack or, you may make a donation here.
From marathons, Tough Mudders, and Ironmans, to walk-a-thons and fishing tournaments and neighborhood challenges, fundraising around sporting events like these are a great way to get involved in your community, stay active, and raise some serious cash towards your fundraiser.
Not only do we encourage you to think outside the box when planning your fundraiser, we encourage you to metaphorically blow up the box and get wildly creative. Think about your unique skills, talents and interests and imagine how you can leverage those to make a truly one-of-a-kind fundraiser.
Instead of getting gifts for their birthday, they ask loved ones to donate to their fundraiser instead. This way, people can still show the birthday boy or girl how much they care, but instead of giving them something they don’t actually need, they can give some money to your cause.
People are always looking for ways to make their wedding unique, and one aspect that’s been traditionally overlooked is innovation around the wedding registry. And that's why charity wedding registries are so cool.
Happy hours bring together friends and community in a fun atmosphere. Take this positive vibe and turn it into a fundraiser. Host a benefit happy hour at your local pub. Ask management to donate drinks, provide giveaways or donate the cover toward your cause.
The key to successful fundraising is to START EARLY!
Helps us provide quality of life programs to adolescent and young adults cancer patients and survivors.
Brings us one step closer to fulfilling a patient’s Life List wish.
Helps us provide one day of Breathe Now programming for a young adult cancer survivor.
Brings us one step closer to funding a college scholarship for a patient/survivor.
Fully funds a one week outdoor adventure camp for an AYA survivor.
Fully sponsors one Life List patient.
Funds a one week Breathe Now couples yoga and mediation retreat for a survivor and their partner.
Physical, emotional, and financial hardships often persist for years after treatment, especially without the protocols or resources that specifically address the needs of the AYA cancer population.
New cases of Adolescents & Young Adult cancer each year
Adolescent & Young Adult Survivors in the U.S. today
Of adolescent and young adult survivors report an unmet need for psychosocial support post cancer.
Adolescent & Young Adult patients lose their life to cancer each year.