The Heart of Gold program raises awareness and funds for pediatric cancer research. If you’re an honor society student looking for a meaningful community service project, this is it! It’s fun, easy to do, and has a real impact. Gain leadership experience and earn community service hours while participating in a movement that makes a difference.
In 2018 we raised enough money to fund a new neuroblastoma clinical trial. We can do even more this year with your help!
Request a FREE Heart of Gold kit using the form on this page and we’ll send you everything you need to participate in the Heart of Gold Program. Your kit will include a t-shirt and bracelet for you, as well as enough paper gold hearts for your everyone doing the Heart of Gold with you. Organize your class year or the entire school!
Your goal is to get your fellow student to decorate a gold heart for pediatric cancer research. They can then ask their family and friends to donate $1 or $2 to sponsor their heart.
Many groups will take a photo to share on the Whip Pediatric Cancer Facebook page and their team page. Feel free to get creative and have fun!
Fill out the form on this page. Tell us how many hearts you need and where to send them. Within 2 weeks you’ll receive your Heart of Gold kit which includes instructions, paper gold hearts, a t-shirt, and some Whip Pediatric Cancer bracelets.
“I am proud to be a part of something so great, and honored to be able to spread childhood cancer awareness in such a positive way thanks to the Heart of Gold program! Thank you for starting this, our school loved it! Such a great idea!”
COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS
It’s a fun & easy way to earn community service hours. We can even provide a letter if requested.
LEADERSHIP & NETWORKING EXPERIENCE
Use your leadership and networking skills to support an important cause.
IT’S FOR A GREAT CAUSE
100% of funds raised go to pediatric cancer research.
You can make a difference in the lives of kids who are just like your scouts. By raising awareness and funds for research, you will bring us one step closer to ending childhood cancer.