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It’s a duck! It’s a toy!! It’s AAAFLAAAC!!!
For over 18 years, Aflac has passionately supported the Kimmel Cancer Center Division of Pediatric Oncology. Aflac and participating Macy’s stores have teamed up for the tenth consecutive year to help holiday shoppers find the perfect stocking stuffer – the Aflac Holiday Duck. The sale of these collectible, plush ducks has generated over $200,000 in donations to childhood cancer research at Johns Hopkins.
For Macy stores in the area selling the holiday Aflac duck, please visit AFAC's Holiday Duck web site
Become a Triple Winner and score a win against childhood cancer
Giant Food's Triple Winner Program
Each year, Giant Food of Landover, Md. launchs its annual Triple Winner game in April to benefit the Pediatric Oncology Division at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center and The Children’s Cancer Foundation, Inc.
Shoppers at Giant Food stores can purchase for a $1, a scratch ticket and could be an instant winner of free store products or cash up to $10,000. Each year, four local children who are patients at the Kimmel Cancer Center are chosen to serve as Triple Winner ambassadors.
Since 2005, our Triple Winner program has raised $13.1 million for pediatric cancer research, making it one of the most successful cause-marketing programs in the nation. This year Giant has committed to raise another $1.6 million, in critical funds for the fight against children’s cancer.
Watch a news segment with one of the 2015 Triple Winner Ambassadors, Amber and Giant executive, Jamie Miller.
Help Hyundai Keep Wheeling Along
Hyundai Hope on Wheels Tour raises awareness about childhood cancer and celebrates the lives of the courageous children battling the disease. The Hope on Wheels Tour travels to 42 children’s hospitals across the country and donates more than $2 million a year to support doctors involved in childhood cancer research, singled out as Hyundai Scholars.
Since 2008, the Kimmel Cancer Center Division of Pediatric Oncology has received $275,000 to fund childhood cancer research. .
Hyundai Hope Grants
Hyundai donated $6 million in the month of September 2010 to children’s hospitals, and other nonprofit organizations across the country, in the form of “Hyundai Hope Grants.” These Hope Grants will fund childhood cancer research, as well as survivorship programs and other projects, designed to improve the quality of life for children with cancer.
Baltimore-based 180s has been a Legacy Sponsor for the Hudson Financial Solutions Annual Golf Tournament, Golfing for a Cure, for the past three years. 180s has given over $25,000 to the Division of Pediatric Oncology, specifically for computers at the bedsides in the Inpatient Unit, for research, for Camp Sunrise, and for the Child Life program. 180s has also supplied many of our young patients and their families with unique 180s gear.
This year, 180s is sponsoring the 18th Annual Outback Charity Golf Tournament to benefit Johns Hopkins.
Go Outback and fight childhood cancer
Since 1998, Outback Steakhouse has generously supported pediatric oncology at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center. Outback’s extraordinary holiday toy drives, the hundreds of meals served at the Outback Nurses Luncheon, and the funds raised through Outback-sponsored events to support our researchers have made the Outback Steakhouse a valued partner in our mission to fight childhood cancer and provide exceptional care to our patients.
Founded by the local owners of Outback Steakhouse, Chesapeake Bay Area Charities of Maryland (CBAC) is the nonprofit organization created to raise funds for pediatric cancer treatment and research. Currently, CBAC is working to fund a $1,000,000 pledge to create the Pediatric Oncology Outpatient Teen Education and Playroom in the new Children’s Tower, and the Outback Steakhouse Kids for Cure Research Endowment at Johns Hopkins Hospital.