250 Children Die of Cancer Each Day. We Can Change That.
When it comes to fighting childhood cancer, you may think that your dollar isn’t big enough to make an impact. But if you ask the children and families facing the challenge head on, they’ll respond differently. For them, one more hour of research, hospital stay or experimental treatment can make the difference between life and death. To them, your dollar could eliminate childhood cancer for good.
At Power, we believe in making un-impossible dreams come true. Every June, we partner with Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation to make the un-impossible dream of curing childhood cancer a reality.
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Where Your dollar Goes...
40,000 children will undergo cancer treatments this year.
29% of families struggle to keep their lights on and food on the table while their child receives treatment.
$50 Funds 1 hour of childhood cancer research.
$400 Funds 1 day of childhood cancer research.
250 children will lose their battle with cancer today.
The average age of children diagnosed with cancer is six.
Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation: Leading the Charge in Curing Childhood Cancer
In 2000, four-year-old Alexandra "Alex" Scott started a lemonade stand to raise funds to cure childhood cancer. In 2004, Alex lost her battle with cancer, but the movement she began lived on.
In her honor, Alex’s parents created Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation and since then, Alex’s fight for a cure has spread around the world. Alex’s original goal for her lemonade stand was to raise $1M. To date, ALSF has raised over $150 million.
Program Areas Funded
Global Research Incubator
Supporting labs of data scientists that use cutting-edge technology to determine viable treatment options for individualized childhood cancer cases.
Clinical Trials & Research
Provide funding for research projects and clinical trials that can make substantive and critical contributions to the field of childhood cancer research.
Quality of life care
Improving the quality of life and easing the financial burden of childhood cancer for children and their families.