NEW ORLEANS (press release) – The Al Copeland Foundation kicked off Childhood Cancer and Sickle Cell Awareness Month at Children’s Hospital New Orleans (CHNOLA) with its SuperDucks Campaign at a carnival-like event on September 1. During the month of September, the Al Copeland Foundation is raising money for the Pediatric Cancer Clinical Trial Programs and Cancer Patient Family Assistance at Children’s Hospital.
The Al Copeland Foundation has partnered with Bergeron Automotive, Copeland’s of New Orleans, Searchers 4WD, and Diamonds Direct to accept donations in-store throughout the entire month. The money raised will support critical needs such as $50 gas cards for families to get a child to treatments, $100 for meals for families of a child battling cancer, $300 for a wig for a child who lost their hair, $1500 for chemotherapy chairs for cancer treatments, and more. In addition, a 2022 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 392 will be auctioned off on October 8 at Vicari Auction in Biloxi, MS, with all proceeds above sticker price to benefit the cancer program at Children’s Hospital. The jeep will be available for viewing at Bergeron Automotive throughout the month.
There are several ways to support the Al Copeland Foundation fundraising efforts: donate any dollar amount to the SuperDucks campaign, purchase raffle tickets for a chance at prizes such as a diamond tennis bracelet from Diamonds Direct, attend the Jeep. Meet. End Cancer event on September 10 at Copeland Tower Living, or bid on the Super Ducks 2022 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 392.
For additional information, visit FightKidCancer.org