Celebrates Tomorrows FAQs
Stripes® Stores Fifth Annual Campaign for
MD Anderson Children's Cancer Hospital
Frequently Asked Questions
A: Stripes stores has announced its in-store charitable fundraising campaign MD Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital to raise money for pediatric cancer research and children’s programs at MD Anderson. From September 3 through October7, Stripes stores across Texas and Louisiana are giving customers the opportunity to donate $1 to raise funds for MD Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital. 100% of the funds benefit MD Anderson pediatric patients. In return for Stripes customers’ generosity, each donor will receive one MD Anderson “I Donated” mobile icon with a $1 off coupon for Two 1-liter water bottles of LIFEWTR.
A: September 3- October 7
A: For every 1 dollar donated, each donor will receive 1 MD Anderson “I Donated” mobile icon with a $1 off coupon for Two 1-liter water bottles of LIFEWTR, per each $1 donated.
A: 100% of your donation will go to support children’s cancer. The funds raised, as part of the Celebrates More Tomorrows campaign, will go to support summer camps that help kids be kids despite their disease. In addition, it will support MD Anderson’s Pediatric and Creative Arts program and new and innovative research and therapies for kids with cancer.
A: To give online go to https://gifts.mdanderson.org. In order to receive a LIFEWTR® coupon from Stripes, donations must be made at the store.
A: MD Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital, located in Houston, Texas, offers the latest treatments to kids with cancer in a caring and comforting environment. It is a leader in finding better and safer treatments for all kids with cancer. In addition, the Children’s Cancer Hospital offers support programs for patients and their families. MD Anderson’s efforts impact kids locally and all over the world.
A: Stripes is known for their commitment to children and youth’s health and education programs in the communities where they operate. Stripes has been an outstanding collaborator and donor to MD Anderson for five years, giving back more than $4.8 million.