BE BOLD, GO GOLD FOR PEDIATRIC CANCER! YOU COMMIT TO GO GOLD – WE PROVIDE THE GOLD GEAR

HIGH SCHOOLS:

 YOU COMMIT:

  • One Gold-Out home game during the month of September.
  • To wear Gold Gear (provided by Cal’s Angels) during September at all games.

WE PROVIDE:

  • Gold gear for all Varsity Fall Athletes
  • Gold shirts to sell the week of your gold game
  • An honorary captain for your gold game
  • A personalized fundraising page to spread the word

“Our athletes enjoyed representing the gold ribbon and our students really supported your cause. Our students participated in two Gold football games. Our parents, as well as students, supported the cause in an ever growing sea of gold in the stands. We still have students wearing their Gold t-shirts. Go Gold was celebrated at all fall athletic events including volleyball games, soccer games, tennis matches, golf matches, and cross country races. Our students look forward to next year’s Go Gold events.”
– Dave Hicks, Hampshire HS Athletic Director

BUSINESSES:

 YOU COMMIT:

  • To raise awareness for Pediatric Cancer through social media and e-newsletters.
  • Be an ambassador of Cal’s Angels’ mission to help kids fighting cancer.

WE PROVIDE:

  • Pediatric Cancer Awareness pop up banner
  • Gold shirts provided at a discount
  • Window decal to show your support of our mission
  • Personalized fundraising page to spread the word

“As part of Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month, Cal’s Angels has teamed up with area businesses and organizations to ‘Be Bold, Go Gold.’ Abt was honored to be asked, and more than happy to take part in the fight against pediatric cancer. You’ll see our store lit up in gold every night in September, and you’ll even see it pop up in other places, like our new atrium fountain.”

– Abt Electronics

THANK YOU TO THE BUSINESSES WHO ARE RAISING AWARENESS FOR PEDIATRIC CANCER!

Pediatric Cancer Facts

  • Pediatric cancer is the leading cause of death by disease in kids under the age of 19.
  • Every year, an estimated 250,000+ new cases of cancer affect children under the age of 20 worldwide. That’s almost 700 new kids affected every day.
  • Over 40,000 children undergo treatment for cancer each year.
  • 2/3 of pediatric cancer patients will have long-lasting chronic conditions from treatment.
  • ONE in 285 children in the U.S. will be diagnosed with cancer by the time they are 20 years old.
  • Pediatric Cancer research receives just 4% of the annual budget from the National Cancer Institute.