Sponsors & Affiliates


In today's fundraising environment, non-profit organizations rely heavily on the philanthropic support of private individuals, foundations, local businesses and corporate partners.  Underwriting or sponsoring all, or a portion of a Kids Fight Cancer fundraiser is not only a meaningful way for you or your company to contribute to the community, but it also provides a significant opportunity for you to receive extensive and positive public branding, media recognition and unique marketing opportunities to thousands of potential patrons who all have something in common with your company...Kids Fight Cancer!

Kids Fight Cancer emails over 80,000 supporters on a monthly basis.  Our website receives thousands of hits and visitors everyday, and our aggressive media relations efforts includes television, radio, print and social media outlets like facebook, linkedin, twitter and more.

We are sincerely grateful of our corporate partners, and supporting and promoting your business is as important to us as your support of our programs and services.

Sponsors Frequently Asked Questions

Who Sponsors Kids Fight Cancer Events?

For over 25 years, Kids Fight Cancer has hosted large-scale, publicly promoted fundraising events attended by celebrities, media and prominent members of the community.  Philanthropic businesses and individuals sponsor our events for the overwhelming public recognition and fulfillment of knowing 100% of your contribution goes directly towards those we help.
 
  • Who attends Kids Fight Cancer events?
    Kids Fight Cancer events are attended by thousands of like-minded, compassionate donors between the ages of 18 and 80.
     
  • I want to grow my company, how can I use a Kids Fight Cancer fundraising event to drive customers to my business?
    Kids Fight Cancer offers a number of ways to impact consumers.  The best option is to become a Presenting or Contributing Sponsor and customize your sponsorship package to include brand name building through our media options.  Get your company in front of the hundreds of thousands of people we market to; our supporters frequently reciprocate to those who contribute to our cause.

  • Is my sponsorship tax deductible?
    Yes, Kids Fight Cancer is a 501(c)3 nonprofit charitable organization, but be sure to discuss tax implications with your tax advisor for added clarifications.
     
  • Where does the money go?
    Kids Fight Cancer gives away 100% of its proceeds to local and national Oncology Activity Centers to provide pediatric and adolescent cancer patients with a safe, educational and entertaining environment while undergoing cancer treatment.
     
  • Where can I learn more?
    Visit www.kidsfightcancer.org for up to date information on events, fundraising initiatives, affiliated programs and more.  You can also call our Sponsorship Director, Jim Pesoli, at 847-721-8122, or email info@kidsfightcancer.org for more information.