Grow out your hair and help a child in need of a wig! While you’re growing it out, setup a fundraising page to further your impact on Childhood Cancer.
EVERY PENNY COUNTS.
You can trust that each dollar you raise is impacting Childhood Cancer.
$500 raised is equivalent to one platelet transfusion at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
$1000 raised is equivalent to two-thirds of the cost of chemotherapy at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
$5,000 raised is equivalent to the cost of the daily ICU room rate at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
$10,000 raised is equivalent to the average cost of one CT scan and one day of oxygen
The cure comes faster when you join our mission
HOW OUR SKY HIGH SUPPORTERS ARE HELPING FIGHT CHILDHOOD CANCER:
Phillips Wedding Dedication
President and CEO of Crestwood Equity Partners and Sky High Board Member, Bob Phillips, and his wife Elizabeth, dedicated their wedding to Sky High. Instead of gifts, the couple created their own fundraising page and helped raise $20,000.
8 Year Old Dedicates Birthday
Ava dedicated her birthday to Sky High. Rather than asking for gifts to celebrate her big day, she asked family and friends to donate to Sky High instead. She raised nearly $400 for our mission.
Brothers Raise Funds, Donate Hair
Brothers Parker and Emerson donated 13” and 14” of their hair and started their own fundraising page to double their impact. Together they raised $2,200 for our mission!
Kids Helping Kids
Together Board Member, Hollie Citron, and Lafayette Committee Member, Tania Bienvenu Loggins, son’s hosted their very own lemonade stand in Lafayette, LA to raise money for Sky High for Kids. That day, they raised over $200 for our mission.
Honoring Giavanna Gardella Forever
After Giavanna Gardella earned her angel wings after losing her battle to Childhood Cancer, her parents decided that in lieu of flowers, they wanted friends and family to donate to Sky High instead to find a cure. The Gardella Family helped raise over $80,000 for our mission.
Crew with his parents
“I wish these women didn’t have to raise money for this cause. I wish Pediatric cancer didn’t exist. Unfortunately, it does. Thankfully, these nonprofit ninjas are pediatric cancer game changers and our family now feels like part of theirs. We can’t say enough about Sky High’s impact in the community.”
Erin, mom of former Texas Children’s Hospital patient, Crew