Help Richmond Kids Who Have Cancer

6Attention, Richmonders! Do you live in the #RVA area and want to help local kids with cancer?

Now in its 15th year, Anthem LemonAid is a community-wide lemonade sale that benefits the Hematology and Oncology Clinic at Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU (CHoR).

You can register online and it’s absolutely FREE to participate. Stands can be hosted at a location of your choosing or you can reserve a time slot at  a participating Walmart, Sam’s Club, Panera Bread or Kroger location.

Before the event, you’ll receive a complimentary LemonAid kit with all the supplies you need. It’s a great first lesson in philanthropy for children of all ages.

In 2015, the community hosted 800 stands throughout Central Virginia and raised $105,000. This year’s event is July 15-17 and the goal is to raise $125,000.

Visit, and check out this flier for more info on how you can help as well: Anthem LemonAid Flyer

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