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Hats Off For Cancer is Proud and Honored to Announce:

Thanks to the efforts, hard work, and just plain good fun of these amazing kids we at HOC are honored to announce that we have reached and surpassed our 1,000,000 hat donation mark!!!Congratulations to GS Troup 537, Boy Scout Troop 107 and the Blazin Boots 4-H group.

Idaho Magic Valley Time-News, May 3, 2011: Girl Scout Troop 537, of Hagerman, Idaho, challenged the local Boy Scout Troop 107 and the Blazin’ Boots 4-H group to a “Hats Off For Cancer” hat drive this past month, with a goal of 500 new hats for kids.Hats Off For Cancer collects and donates hats of all kinds to children who lose their hair due to cancer treatments.The Hagerman youth gathered for a “wrap-up celebration” to count the hats and help package them up for delivery. The Girl Scouts brought in 104 hats, the Boy Scouts gathered 153 and the Blazin’ Boots brought in a total of 259 – reaching a Hats Off grand total of 516 hats.The groups plan to hand-deliver a majority of the hats to St. Luke’s Children Hospital and the Ronald McDonald House in Boise. Another portion of the hats will be sent to The Childrens Hospital of Wisconsin.

GS Troup 537, Boy Scout Troop 107 and the Blazin Boots 4-H group help Hats Off For Cancer surpass the 1 million hat donated mark!

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Mad Hatter Day 2010

Cub Scout Pack 19 Brick NJ shows off the hats they collected...more than 2,000 hats in total!

It’s our fifth annual Mad Hatter Day (10/6/2011)! 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, organizations, sports teams and folks just like you who collected hats and donations for Hats Off For Cancer’s Mad Hatter Day to benefit pediatric cancer patients. Hold a special hat day at your school and donate $1 to wear a hat for the day, host a booth at your town’s fall carnival, get out your craziest hat and hold a parade, or a walk-a-thon. Or how about holding a Mad Hatter Tea Party! Just get your friends together, get organized and enjoy this fun day while doing something to help a child battling cancer. This can be held in September or October.

Register here http://bit.ly/MadHatterHOC and we’ll send you an information e-packet including the official rules. The first twenty to sign up will receive a complimentary Hats Off For Cancer gift pack to be used as a prize for your event. A special grand prize will also be awarded to the winner/group who collects the most hats/donations during this event! Be creative, have fun, but most of all remember the good that you are doing by joining us for this amazing event! Put a smile on the face of a child with cancer.

Connect with us:

Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/HatsOffForCancerOrg

Twitter – http://www.twitter.com/HatOffForCancer

Web site – http://www.hatsoffforcancer.org

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Join Hats Off For Cancer for National Volunteer Week during April 10-16, 2011 and hold a hat and fundraising drive for children battling cancer!

Young cancer patient received Britney Spears hat

A young cancer patient shows off her autographed Britney Spears hat

Hold a special event at your school or office, in your town or with your organization.  Get out your favorite hat and hold a parade, a walk-a-thon, or a fundraiser.  Just get your friends together, get organized and enjoy this fun week while doing something to help a child fighting this terrible disease.

Register here and we’ll email you a hat drive kit.

Be creative, have fun, but most of all remember the good that you are doing by joining us for this amazing event! Put a smile on the face of a child with cancer.

First 5 groups to sign up will receive a special Hats Off For Cancer gift pack with wristbands, pins, key chains and more!

Hats Off For Cancer is a 501 c 3 organization that focuses on improving the quality of life for children battling cancer.  Founded in 1996 by a 14 year old, the nonprofit has reached nearly 1 million childhood cancer patients worldwide and mobilizes thousands of volunteers annually to give back to those in need.

http://www.hatsoffforcancer.org

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