I Care I Cure is dedicated to empowering everyone, but especially young children and young adults, with the knowledge that they can help to bring about gentler cures for childhood cancer. . . very soon. Kids need to know that they CAN make a difference, and with I Care I Cure, they WILL!!
The I Care I Cure Foundation is in the process of developing many opportunities for teenagers to get into the action. Teenagers can earn community service hours by conducting unique “fun”-draisers for I Care I Cure, developing High School Service Club Chapters, volunteering for the I Care I Cure home office in South Florida, and volunteering for local I Care I Cure chapters and events in their communities. To obtain a list of some great fundraising ideas, download our Ideas page. Click here for information and ideas on Student Participation. If you’d like more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your Mitzvah Matter!
One of programs that we have already initiated is the Mitzvah Matters Program that we are introducing in synagogues around the country. The Mitzvah Matters Program recognizes that many teens around the country, who are approaching their bar and bat mitzvahs, develop Mitzvah Projects in conjunction with their celebrations to do mitzvot or “good deeds”. If you are interested in the Mitzvah Matters Program, download our Mitzvah Project Brochure here. Any teens that are interested in conducting I Care I Cure fundraisers or participating in the Mitzvah Matters Program should contact email@example.com.
I Care I Cure I Create is a service project created in 2015 thanks to the collaboration of Evan Steinberg and the I Care I Cure. The project provides activities for pediatric cancer patients at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital. The I Create project allows pediatric cancer patients to paint, draw, be creative and express themselves while at the hospital. Volunteer opportunities include gathering art supplies and attending monthly activities for the patients. If you are looking to get involved please contact Evan Steinberg at Evansline2@gmail.com.