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Fundraising idea: Go Red for Redkite

Brighten your team’s day and go Red for Redkite!

This is a fun and easy way to bring your team together and mix up that weekly routine. By including a small donation to participate you and your team would be supporting kids with cancer through your Red Day.

Ideas to go Red can include

  • Choose a day at least one week in advance and promote it widely with your remote-working team
  • Set up a quick and easy donation page where team members can donate $5 to participate
  • Wear a red outfit or accessories
  • Dress up your pet in some red gear
  • Make a red-themed lunch
  • Put a red-themed filter on your profile photo on your Company’s Intranet or on your Zoom meeting backgrounds
  • Give away some prize gift certificates for the most red team members!
  • Have team members post their Red photos on your Company’s Intranet
  • Take a screenshot of your Red Zoom meeting and share it on LinkedIn with the hashtag #REDdayforRedkite in support of kids with cancer

Don’t think your team has enough red to pull off a RED Day? You could do a fancy dress day, create-a-crazy-hat day, pajama day or something else fun to mix things up!

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Ideas

What to say to parents whose child has been diagnosed with cancer  

Below is a list of helpful vs unhelpful things you can say to a person or family whose child is diagnosed with cancer: 

What to say to parents whose child has been diagnosed with cancer  

Below is a list of helpful vs unhelpful things you can say to a person or family whose child is diagnosed with cancer: 

Ideas

What to say to parents whose teen has been diagnosed with cancer  

Below is a list of helpful vs unhelpful things you can say to a person or family whose teen is diagnosed with cancer: 

What to say to parents whose teen has been diagnosed with cancer  

Below is a list of helpful vs unhelpful things you can say to a person or family whose teen is diagnosed with cancer: 

Ideas

How to help mums facing childhood cancer

It can be hard to know how to help a mother when their child has been diagnosed with cancer. Offering the right help can make all the difference.

How to help mums facing childhood cancer

It can be hard to know how to help a mother when their child has been diagnosed with cancer. Offering the right help can make all the difference.

Relationships

A guide for grandparents of children affected by childhood cancer

This booklet answers some of the many questions which grandparents of children with cancer told Redkite they would have liked answered when their grandchild was diagnosed and during their grandchild’s treatment phase.

A guide for grandparents of children affected by childhood cancer

This booklet answers some of the many questions which grandparents of children with cancer told Redkite they would have liked answered when their grandchild was diagnosed and during their grandchild’s treatment phase.