Our Mascot Program
Mascots for a Cure will be sending mascots around the nation to visit children and their families who are battling cancer. These children’s favorite mascots will successfully create positive memories for these kids as well as bring them laughter, joy, hope, and most importantly, love. These visits will take place at local children’s hospitals, family homes, and if possible, the children’s schools.
Mascots for a Cure will be conducting our unique and one-of-a-kind “Knighting Ceremony” for these children, which upon completion will welcome our “Courageous Knights” into the Mascots for a Cure family and as part of our Knights at the Mascot Table! With each MFAC Knighting Ceremony, we will provide our Courageous Knights with a:
- Mascots for a Cure blanket
- Mascots for a Cure t-shirt
- Mascots for a Cure shield pin
- Mascots for a Cure shield tattoo
- Sir Roland BraveHeart teddy bear
Helping Our Featured Families
Mascots for a Cure will be accepting applications from these strong and amazing families who are also battling cancer alongside their brave child! When a child is battling cancer, so are their parents, grandparents and siblings. They are not alone in their fight! Mascots for a Cure will be helping these families financially by:
- Helping pay for their medical bills, utilities and in some cases their mortgage payments / rent through our Mascots for a Cure “Kings Ransom” program.
- Helping families with meals through our Mascots for a Cure “Meals for the Royal Family” program.
- Helping families relax together and create their own special memories as a family, by sending them on their dream vacation through our Mascots for a Cure “Family Quest” program.
Helping Our Community Partners
Mascots for a Cure believes in the power of networking. We also believe that the one way that we will finally find a cure for cancer is by working together as a team, as one. Mascots for a Cure will partner with our strategic partners in many ways. One of these ways will be to donate to these great partners and organizations, so that we can assist them in accomplishing their own mission statements, goals, and dreams. By doing this, we will all become stronger organizations and better people in our fight to end childhood cancer!