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As part of a national effort to “Fighting childhood cancer, one cup at a time,” The Courville family will host its 10th edition FrillyGirl Lemonade Booth on June 10, 2022, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.. This event is a fundraiser for Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) and is part of the national charity Lemonade Days campaign.
The sisters were inspired by the story of Alexandra Scott, founder of Alex’s Lemonade Stand, and wanted to raise money for children and families battling childhood cancer. Over the years, their stand has grown to include more than just lemonade – with a lemonade-themed photo booth, French macaroons and even lemonade illustrations, all available in the spirit of Lemonade Days. .
To date, the family has raised over $2,400 for the foundation. This money has been used to fund innovative research and support families affected by childhood cancer.
Courville’s invitation everything and everything to take part in the event by embodying a family saying: “if you have a chance to do good, do it.
For those unable to make it to the event, donations will be accepted on the family’s fundraising page: FrillyGirl Lemonade 2022 | Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation for Childhood Cancer (alexslemonade.org)
WHAT: FrillyGirl Lemonade Stand 2022
WHEN: June 3, 2022, 4-6 p.m.
WHERE: Alvin L Nevils American Legion Hall, 219 N 9th St.
Kinder, LA 70648, United States
About Lemonade Days
Founded by Alex Scott (1996-2004) in 2004, Lemonade Days is a national event born out of Alex’s lemonade stand. Held each June, approximately 5,000 volunteers will host more than 1,000 lemonade stands across the country, making a difference for children with cancer. Lemonade Days 2022 is scheduled for June 4-12. If you want to host your own lemonade stand or event, visit LemonadeDays.org.
About Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation
Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) grew out of the backyard lemonade stand of 4-year-old Alexandra “Alex” Scott, who was battling cancer and wanted to raise money to find cures for all children with cancer. Her spirit and determination inspired others to support her cause, and by the time she died aged 8, she had raised $1 million. Since then, the Foundation that bears his name has grown into a national fundraising movement. Today, the ALSF is one of the top funders of pediatric cancer research in the United States and Canada, raising more than $250 million to date, funding more than 1,000 research projects and providing programs for families affected by childhood cancer. For more information, visit AlexsLemonade.org.