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CureCard Campaign


What if your business could be responsible for giving children with cancer a chance at the future they deserve and that every parent dreams of without ever writing a single check? By hosting a CureCard campaign you can do just that!

How Is This Impactful For My Business?

Aligning your brand with such a life changing mission as ending children’s cancer will give your employees a new sense of pride in their work and give your customers another reason to be loyal to your business. 89% of U.S. consumers are likely to switch brands to one associated with a cause, given comparable price and quality according to a 2013 Cone Social Impact Study.

Click here to see how a CureCard campaign has been impactful on a previous CureSearch partner.

How Does It Work?

CureCards can be sold at check-out lines in supermarkets, at coffee shops, restaurants…really anywhere! CureCards are sold for $1 each, and at the time of donation your customer writes his/her name on the CureCard and then it is displayed in your store front.

If you are interested in joining us in the fight against children’s cancer by participating in the CureCard Campaign, please contact Mallory Zarate, Strategic Partnerships Manager, at (240) 235-2284 or mallory.zarate@curesearch.org.

Janine Delaney CureCard
“Any opportunity I have to speak up and raise awareness about the ugly truths of children’s cancer, I take. So why should you? It is important that as a business you take advantage of your platform and support the children in your community that are being diagnosed with children’s cancer. The kids that are passing away could have been potential employees, business associates, or they could be the children of your current customer. By giving your customers the opportunity to donate $1 at checkout you are showing them that you stand alongside the 40,000 children in the US currently in treatment and fighting for their lives today.” – Janine Delaney
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CureCard Campaign was last modified: May 4th, 2016 by Geoff Duncan

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