Our team creates tailored packages for children fighting cancer. No two warrior packages are the same and includespecial gifts for not only the child, but for the entire family. The packages include items such as arts and crafts, pajamas, toys and gift cards for essential needs. While the gifts are small in size, we know they have a big impact on the families.
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Tie for Sky High
Part of our mission at Sky High is to provide comfort for children battling cancer and other life-threatening diseases. Each year, hundreds of children at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, the Ronald McDonald House Memphis and Texas Children’s Cancer Center receive a warm, fuzzy blanket that was hand-tied by volunteers just like you! If your group is interested in hosting a Tie for Sky High event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Raise money for Sky High by donating your ponytail.
Are you interested in donating your hair to a child in need AND raising money for Sky High in the process? Let us help you out! We will create an online fundraiser for you to and you take the wheel from there! Call your family, text your friends, and let you Instagram followers know what you’re doing! Donating your hair is a big deal! Contact email@example.com to get started today!
Sky High Adventures
Our Sky High Adventures Program gives pediatric cancer patients and families a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Sky High Adventures takes pediatric cancer patients and survivors on a trip of a lifetime! Want to explore the great outdoors, attend an NBA game or have a girls day out? We can help! Over the past 10 years, Sky High Adventures has hosted more than 80 families across the United States and we want your family to join us!
Our Adventures Program is on hold due to COVID-19 until further notice or approved by our CEO, Brittany Franklin.
FRESHWATER FISHING IN TOLEDO BEND
When a storm cancelled the Pollock family’s Adventure Trip to Louisiana, Jim Franklin and Stephen Johnston (Johnston’s Guide Service) stepped up to save the day. With less than two weeks’ notice, Jim secured accommodations, two days of fishing, and even cleared his personal schedule to join the trip. In fact, he prepared dinner for the family each night! Although this was not the original plan, the Pollocks spent a memorable few days catching fish, playing games, and spending quality time with each other. The trip lined up perfectly with Hunter’s 10th birthday and served as a welcome distraction from an upcoming surgery. Thank you, Jim Franklin, for a wonderful time in Toledo Bend. It was a trip the Pollocks will never forget!