For families touched by cancer, every friend and family member faces a difficult and sometimes tragic experience, which can have long-lasting effects. I Care I Cure gives you the opportunity to help those who have been touched by this horrible illness and make a difference!
You name your Club Chapter whatever you like, including in honor of someone or an endearing term that is befitting. Join our fight against childhood cancer, raise awareness, and raise funds for community outreach and cutting-edge research for targeted, less toxic treatments for childhood cancer.
There is strength in numbers! If we all work together we will make a difference.
Students can earn community service hours by conducting unique “fun”-draisers for I Care I Cure, developing or participating in High School Service Club Chapters, volunteering for the I Care I Cure home office or volunteering for our terrific fun events.
Call us to discuss great fundraising ideas.
I Care I Cure has wonderful, fun events throughout the year, and we are always looking for generous people to lend a hand and help out. So come help us - have fun and feel good about your efforts!
Make the commitment, and make a DIFFERENCE with us!
Start Your Own Service Club in Your School or Community…
I Care I Cure Service Clubs can honor a friend or relative who is battling, or has battled childhood cancer, or can be formed just because kids want to join together to do some good. In cases where children have lost a friend or relative to childhood cancer, the clubs offer students a healthy outlet for dealing with their feelings.
Start a club, invite friends, have fun, and feel the warmth of knowing you made a DIFFERENCE in someone's life!
What is the I Care I Cure Service Club?
An important role of the I Care I Cure Clubs is to raise awareness and raise funds for the I Care I Cure Childhood Cancer Foundation to fund community outreach and research for gentler treatments for childhood cancer. Monies raised will help cancer patients have a better quality of life, during and after cancer treatment. Students who establish I Care I Cure Service Clubs can take pride in the fact that their efforts will make a difference in people's lives and in curing childhood cancer!
We have had Area Chapters of I Care I Cure Student Service Clubs in the following schools:
Western High School
University School Middle School
University School High School
Cypress Bay High School
Nova High School
Dunwoody High School
Start Your Own Service Club in Your School or Community…Begin Making a Difference!