Community Fundraisers

Karaoke for Cancer

Boston-based tech companies joined forces for the annual Tech Tackles Cancer Karaoke Showdown this November at Lansdowne Pub. Business big wigs took the stage, singing their hearts out while raising critical funds for children with cancer. Their funding helps Boston Children’s researchers develop new technologies to ease the stress of surgery. Get creative with your company.


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What are Community Fundraisers?

People all over the country and the world are turning activities they enjoy into fundraisers for Boston Children’s. And whether it’s a neighborhood yard sale or a company golf tournament, our team is here to help make it a success! Once you have an idea, register your fundraiser online, and begin raising funds for life-saving care for our patients. Get started today »

The benefits of registering:

  • support an area of the hospital that’s important to you
  • receive expert tips and tools to make your fundraiser a success
  • receive an online personal fundraising page to promote your event
  • create a fundraising team (optional), allowing multiple participants to create their own fundraising pages under your fundraiser, or you can join an existing fundraiser

Need fundraiser ideas?

Browse our fundraiser categories for inspiration. Learn more »

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Support a fundraiser

Donate to a friend or loved one’s Community Fundraiser.

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Bring Dance Marathon to your school

Join the national movement. Organize an ongoing fundraiser, culminating in an unforgettable “dance party” filled with music, games, activities and more. Every dollar raised supports the kids at Boston Children’s.

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Contact us

We’re here to help! Call us at 857-218-3189 or email events@chtrust.org.

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