Help Our Cause

Thank you for your interest in supporting NCCS. The following information provides a summary of various options.

Corporate Partners 

Partnerships between corporations and non-profits (“cause marketing”) provide a unique opportunity for companies to simultaneously do well and do good, or better yet, to do well by doing good. The benefits of cause marketing for business include positive public relations, improved customer relations, additional marketing opportunities, and making more money.

If you are interested in partnering with NCCS, click here to complete the Cause-Related Marketing Proposal form and send to lmillner@theNCCS.org or Lori Millner, Director of Marketing, The National Children’s Cancer Society, 500 North Broadway, Suite 800, St. Louis, MO 63102.

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Create Your Own Fundraising Page

Run a marathon, celebrate a birthday, honor a special person ... whatever your passion or special event you’d like to commemorate, use your creative energy to support children with cancer! This quick and easy online tool provides everything you need to fundraise for NCCS.

Host an Event

Every year, hundreds of volunteers across the United States donate their time and talents to raise money for the NCCS in their local community -- and we want you to join them! Host an event -- like a lemonade stand, a cocktail party, or a car wash -- and ask people to donate to the NCCS. Don't forget to tell us about it by completing the individual event application and send to Farah Walleck at fwalleck@theNCCS.org, fax to 314-241-1996 or mail to NCCS, 500 North Broadway, Suite 800, St. Louis, MO 63102.

Humanitarian Award Dinner

The NCCS' signature event is the Humanitarian Award Dinner. Held in St. Louis, Missouri each fall, the Dinner honors renowned individuals for their contributions to children's health, education and welfare causes, and presents an evening of entertainment for NCCS supporters and friends. As the NCCS' single largest fundraising night of the year, the event raises awareness for children with cancer, honors those who fight for families and children, and brings together tireless advocates and supporters of the cause.