Thank You for Your Time
Time is one of our most valuable assets, and we always appreciate anyone willing to volunteer their time in promoting our cause and changing childrens’ lives. You can help us by selling admission tickets or raffle tickets, acquiring donated silent auction items for events, organizing special events independently, or even volunteering your day for one of our big events.
We would like to extend a warm “Thank You” to all of the generous volunteers and businesses that have helped us make a tremendous impact in hundreds of families’ lives since the Give Hope Foundation was founded in 2005. We hope that you will continue to help us fund cancer research and bring smiles to children and families affected by this disease.
Please fill out the form below and we will be in contact with our volunteer opportunities.
To learn more about the many ways you can make a direct impact on the children and families in Central Florida, view our programs below.
We provide a combination of medical, emotional, and financial needs to families battling pediatric cancer. We assist with financial requests for necessities including mortgages, water bills, electricity bills, car loans, groceries, and gas. Our hero wishes are granted by gifting electronics, video games, toys, and more to help ease stress for families.
Give Hope Hero
Financial support is awarded towards post-high school education to previous recipients of the Give Hope Hero program. Each year, one applicant is selected and receives up to $1,000 per semester for a total of $5,000.
Becoming a member means strong, secure, and timely funding that allows Give Hope Foundation to have a lasting impact on the children and families battling pediatric cancer in our community.
Apple products are gifted to heroes so they can safely stay in touch with loved ones, keep up with schoolwork, and have a fun escape while in treatment.
A portion of proceeds is added to the Give Hope Fund in hopes that one day, we will accumulate a large sum of money with which we can make a major impact in the Central Florida area in the battle against childhood cancer.