GOING GOLD WITH SUNFLOWERS
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month which is an important opportunity for our community to advocate for not only the 46 children diagnosed with cancer every day but for what we do and for what we stand for here at the Carsyn Neille Foundation as well. Help us advocate and show our support for children battling childhood cancer this month by hosting a bouquet of sunflowers, for the whole month of September, at your place of business. This years going gold with sunflowers is an awesome way to raise awareness and give back. It’s easy, fun and a great way to get people talking!
All you need to do to get started is outlined below. If you have any questions email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
ONE. Buy a bouquet of sunflowers from your local nursery, grocery store or simply snip a few from you garden. Arrange them in a mason jar or vase. Print out and attach our flyer and childhood cancer facts (that we email you IF you fill out the form below) to your mason jar or vase.
- Optional: Make a sign. This way, people will know what you are raising awareness for and supporting!
TWO. Consider posting your beautifully arranged bouquet and our GO GOLD with Sunflower flyer to social media after your've started your campaign to let your friends and family know what you're up to and why.
THREE. Commit to hosting your bouquet for the whole month of September. Decide where you’ll display you bouquet(s). Choose a location that gets a lot of foot traffic so more people will know that you are going gold and supporting a cause.
- Collecting money: Decide how you are going to accept donations. *Hint: the easiest way for you to collect money is cash.
- Optional: Let your customers, friends, family and coworkers know that you are willing to accept donations for the Carsyn Neille Foundation in addition to educating them about childhood cancer awareness month and our mission to support and comfort families affected by childhood cancer through the transformation of their interior home spaces, providing them a sanctuary and an advantage towards healing and thriving.
FOUR. Host your bouquet! Share on social media and invite friends and family to support your efforts. Tag the Carsyn Neille Foundation and email images to us at email@example.com so we can share your companies support.
FIVE. Donate proceeds. You can either process your donation online through our online donation page or via mail.
Donors can text CARSYN to 97000 to access our donation form.
the Carsyn Neille Foundation
31805 Temecula Parkway #326
Temecula, CA 92592
INFORMATION ABOUT GO GOLD FOR CHILDHOOD CANCER AWARENESS MONTH
Gold is the color of childhood cancer awareness, the color of the childhood cancer ribbon. For the month of September, all of the fighters, families, survivors, childhood cancer organizations and advocates try to get as many people as possible to “go gold.” What does “going gold” mean? It means spreading awareness and taking action.
DID YOU KNOW?
➕CANCER is the #1 Disease Killer of Children in the US.
➕46 children are diagnosed every day in the US alone.
➕7 children fighters become angels every day due to cancer or complications of cancer treatment.
➕95% of Childhood Cancer Survivors will face a serious, chronic illness.
➕1 in 285 children will be diagnosed with cancer by the time they are 20 years old.
➕Childhood Cancer only receives 4% of the National Health Institutes funding for cancer research.
➕Childhood Cancer is NOT just one type. It is made up of over a dozen different types and subtypes of cancers.
Help us advocate and change these odds for children battling cancer. We are so very grateful for your continued love and support!
INFORMATION ABOUT THE CARSYN NIELLE FOUNDATION
The Carsyn Neille Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit organization with a mission to support and comfort families affected by childhood cancer through the transformation of their interior home spaces, providing them a sanctuary and an advantage towards healing and thriving.
We work to maximize quality of life and reduce post traumatic experiences for all childhood survivors by creating spaces that promote wellness on many levels.