Kids

Coins For Kids

How To Start A Coin Drive

Start a Coin Drive

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Other Ways to Raise Money and Get Involved

If coin drives aren’t for you, raising money is still possible:

  • Host a garage sale
  • Have a lemonade stand
  • Host a car wash at a local business.
  • Sign up to start a campaign and blast the link to your friends in social media; make a fun video asking to help and send it out via email or on websites.

Connor’s Story

Connor Cruse

Connor Cruse was a normal four-year-old boy who loved playing with his toys and being with his family.  But then he got really sick and doctors found cancer in his body.  Connor fought cancer while he went to school, played with his friends and spent time with his siblings.  After a lot of surgeries and treatments, Connor was still able to smile.  His biggest wish was that no other kid would have cancer or have to go through what he went through.

Connor passed away when he was eight-years-old.  His parents started TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation so that a cure for childhood cancer could be found and no other child would get it.

Spread the Word

Spread the Word
For your Campaigns:

Use social media to promote your Coins for Kids with cancer campaign and tag TeamConnor in your posts, using our Twitter and Facebook links:

@teamconnor1TeamConnor

To encourage your family or teacher to run a campaign:
  • Show the coinsforkidswithcancer.org website to your parent or teacher.
  • Talk to them about why you think it is important to take action and do something about childhood cancer.
  • Tell them that one in 330 kids gets childhood cancer – that’s two kids per elementary school.
  • Show them how easy it is to run a coin drive.
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Making Big Change in Childhood Cancer