If you own a business, are an independent consultant, or are just looking to help support Camp Out From Cancer, look at some of these ways that the community has raised money. For more fundraising ideas search “community support” in our Campfire Stories Blog or email us at email@example.com.
The week leading up to Isaac’s diagnosis he was seen by Dr. Olson just three times, but Dr. Olson played an integral part in Isaac’s survival story and will remain a life-long friend. Dr. Olson and his practice sponsored the “Have a Heart” campaign and were able to make a $500 donation to COFC!
Mount Prospect Cheerleading Club
Fast and Furious! These cheerleaders were able to raise an astounding $700 for COFC during an event that only lasted one hour! Great work, girls!!
Camp Out Photo Shoot
Dana Foley Photography has offered stylized camp out photo shoots for the past two years. She generously donates all of the proceeds from these shoots. In the past two years, Dana Foley Photography has donated over $700!
Volo Lemon”Aide” Stand
A small group of neighborhood kids came together to have a lemonade stand. There amazing efforts and delicious lemonade raised $235 for COFC!
When Gina and James were planning their wedding they immediately knew that in place of the traditional wedding favors they wanted to make a donation to COFC instead. In honor of all of their guests Gina and James donated $200 to COFC!
Altitude Business Group
Altitude Business Group is a company that provides supplemental insurance policies for individuals. They were touched by Isaac’s mission and joined together to raise $450 for COFC!
Each year the employees at Glotel have the opportunity to nominate a non-profit organi- zation to donate to throughout the year. Glotel then matches the total employee contributions. In 2014, Nichole Rhode nomi- nated COFC, and Glotel employees donated $450.65. Glotel then matched this amount 100% for a total donation of $901.30!
Marley’s Bake Sale
She may only be 7 years old, but this pint-size girl has an very generous heart! Marley planned and organized a two day bake sale at her local park. She was able to donate $95 to COFC!