Sunday, September 6, 2015

Be Social

An easy way to take action during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month is through social media. Several of the organizations we support have online campaigns or posts to share that educate, fundraise, or just get the word out about kids fighting cancer. Here are a few to get you started:

Gold is the color for childhood cancer, so adding a gold ribbon or other gold filter to your profile picture lets folks know that you're aware! You can #GoGold with the Go Gold Project HERE or HERE.
You can share images and take actions outlined by the #StepUp campaign HERE. To get closer to cures and safer, less-toxic treatments, we need the powers-that-be to make childhood cancer a national priority, so please be a voice for the kids and contact your representatives. 

You can donate to the St. Baldrick's Foundation and help fund the latest and greatest childhood cancer research available. Ivy is just $86 from $4,000 raised for the year! Click HERE to put her over the top!

Finally, for every Instagram post or tweet with #HonestlovesMax, and every Facebook comment HERE, The Honest Company will donate $1 to MaxLove Project and help SuperKids thrive against the odds! And you can make and share one of these ... : )

 Swim practice starts Tuesday!

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