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Support Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation

 

 

Join us in supporting a wonderful foundation fighting childhood cancer, Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation. The foundation was founded by a very brave and selfless little girl named Alexandra “Alex” Scott who was diagnosed with childhood cancer shortly before her first birthday. At the age of four, Alex decided to have a lemonade stand to raise money for doctors to “help other kids, like they helped me.”  At her first lemonade stand, Alex and her family raised $2,000 for her local hospital.

 While bravely fighting her own battle with cancer, she continued to hold yearly lemonade stands in her front yard. Word spread about the remarkable child helping other sick children, and people from across the world started hosting their own lemonade stands and donating proceeds to the cause. In August of 2004, Alex passed away at age 8, knowing that she had helped raise over $1 million to find a cure for childhood cancer.  Today, her legacy continues with the help of her family and supporters through the Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation.

 Ways you can join Colonial Candle ® in supporting Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation:

  • If you live in the Philadelphia area, tune in today to CBS Philly & the CW Philly for the Alex Scott: Stand For Hope Phone Bank. Special telethon  segments will be airing from 6 am to 8 pm. Make a donation of $50 and receive an 8 oz Old Fashioned Lemonade Colonial Candle. With a donation of $150, receive an 8 oz Old Fashioned Lemonade Colonial Candle and also 15% off at ColonialCandle.com. If you’d like to tune in outside of the Philadelphia area, visit http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/live-video/ or call  1-877-KYW-3ASK (1-877-599-3275) to make a donation.
  • Shop for a cause all weekend at ColonialCandle.com. 10% off all sales Thursday, June 7th through Sunday June 10th will be donated to Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation. So, stock up on your favorite candle products and know that you are helping an amazing foundation fight childhood cancer.

For more information on ALSF, please visit http://www.alexslemonade.org

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