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Wishing everyone a Happy Mad Hatter Day!  We are thrilled that schools and groups around the country are using today, this month and the Fall season to hold drives and bring awareness to children and teens battling cancer!  Thank you for all of your support.  If you want to hold a Mad Hatter drive, it’s not too late.  Find out more information here: http://www.hatsoffforcancer.org/mad-hatter-drive

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September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month!  How are you going to make a difference?  Cancer is the second leading cause of death in children younger than 15 years old (after accidents).  In the U.S., about 46 children and teens are diagnosed with cancer every week day.

You can help!  Hold a Mad Hatter drive in your community and help bring awareness to this disease, while helping to improve the quality of life for kids and teens battling cancer.  Find out more here: http://hatsoffforcancer.org/mad-hatter-drive/

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The Beverly Hills Unified School District PTAs ran a hat knitting booth for Hats Off For Cancer. This booth was held during their Relay For Life at El Rodeo School in May 2013. Students, Parents and Teachers knitted a total of 75 hats for the charity. Each hat is hand-made, unique, and made with lots of love and compassion. — at El Rodeo Elementary School.

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It’s time for our seventh annual Mad Hatter Drive! Time to put your thinking “mad hatter hat” on and create your own very special way to do your part helping kids with cancer! Join schools, companies, churches, organizations, sports teams and folks just like you who collected hats and donations for Hats Off For Cancer’s Mad Hatter Drive to benefit pediatric cancer patients. Mad Hatter Day is 10/6 but you can hold your event anytime during the year!

Find out more information and how to register by visiting this page: http://hatsoffforcancer.org/mad-hatter-drive/

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We had such a fun time today, handing out hats to the kids at Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA with Daniela Ruah and Eric Christian Olsen from NCIS: Los Angeles, and our own Hats Off For Cancer founder, Tara Lawrence, and board member, Anna Shelton!

We are so thankful for you, our donors, allowing us to continually improve the lives of kids and teens battling cancer! 

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Posted on February 7, 2013

More than 100 new hats were recently donated to the Valerie Fund Children’s Center at the Children’s Hospital at Monmouth Medical Center, 300 Second Ave., Long Branch, to benefit children who have lost their hair as a result of cancer treatment.

The hats were dropped off by three students representing the SkillsUSA club from the Monmouth County Vocational School District: Ebed Rincon of Ocean Township, Hector Pint, of Eatontown, and Marquis Johnson, of Neptune.

Active members of SkillsUSA from the auto mechanics, nursing and electrical programs participated in the hat collection, which was spearheaded by the district’s Middletown campus club advisor, Dan Marra.

Students approached Marra about the possibility of raising awareness for the Mad Hatter Hats Off for Cancer drive benefiting children and teens stricken with cancer.

Since its inception in 1996, Hats Off for Cancer has worked with hospitals, camps and individuals to distribute more than 1.5 million hats to cancer patients.

Link to article: http://atl.gmnews.com/news/2013-02-07/Front_Page/Hats_donated_for_children_fighting_cancer.html

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Posted on February 5, 2013 at 3:43 pm

Canton Charter Academy Holds Month-Long Fundraiser to Support Children with Cancer

Friday’s were extra special at Canton Charter Academy in the month of January as students wore hats to raise money for children with cancer.

The school’s National Junior Honor Society sponsored a fundraiser for the nonprofit organization Hats Off For Cancer. Students donated a dollar for the chance to wear a hat on Friday.

Fifth-grade Teacher Ken MacKinnon said the response from the students has been incredible. “They proudly stroll into school sporting their hats,” MacKinnon said. “I have even seen students donate more than they are required, or bring in fun hats for their classmates.”

Hats Off for Cancer uses donations to provide hats to children who have lost their hair due to cancer treatments.

“A lot of kids don’t know how to relate to people who have cancer, and they don’t know how to reach out to help them,” said eighth-grade student Shannon Kasinger. “This organization makes it easy to help.”

MacKinnon said he hopes the fundraiser shows students that even the smallest donation can have a huge impact for a child battling cancer. All of those dollar hat days added up fast and the school donated $1,040 to Hats Off For Cancer.

Link to article: http://plymouth-mi.patch.com/blog_posts/students-put-hats-on-to-help-hats-off-for-cancer

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