We raise funds in a variety of ways, including special events. These include:
93.7 K COUNTRY Bear-A-Thon
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
An annual event where listeners call in and pledge money ($40) toward the purchase of a teddy bear for the children being treated at the Shands Cancer Clinic. These bears are given to the child upon diagnosis. Bears are also available for purchase year round online at the Stop Children’s Cancer website. Learn More >
Saturday, April 20, 2013 from 7p.m. until Midnight
Held every spring, The Stop Children’s Cancer Fantasy Event transforms the Stephen C. O’Connell Center at the University of Florida with spectacular decorations reflecting the current year’s theme. The black tie optional event features live music with dancing, Vegas style gaming, and delicious theme-based food with open bar. Learn More >
Charity Golf Classic
Friday, October 25, 2013
An all-day event held at Haile Plantation Golf and Country Club, Gainesville, Florida, the tournament is considered by many to be the area’s premier golf event.
The tournament day begins with a sponsor recognition breakfast. Golfers select from a large number of tee gift package options valued at the price to play. They also can warm up their golf swing, enter a putting contest, have a photograph taken and bid on silent auction items. Tee-off time follows a catered lunch. When play is finished, dinner is served, the silent auction closes, and player prizes are awarded. Learn More >
Date to be determined
A wonderful holiday concert held at the Curtis M. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts featuring area youth choral and orchestra groups. The tradition continues under the direction of Professor Gary Langford, Conductor for the Alachua County Youth Orchestra. In 2008 we said goodbye to Dr. Russell Robinson, the “Founding Musical Director” of Holiday Traditions after 12 incredible years of service. Learn More >
Donations are made “In Honor of” or “In Memory of” children with cancer by family, friends and caring individuals. Learn More >
- Civic groups select Stop Children’s Cancer as a recipient of their own fund-raising projects.
- Additional funds are contributed by individuals, corporations and foundations