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As families continue to try and manage the work life balance of maintaining a household and simultaneously care for a sick child, we continue our mission to help lighten the burden with year round events and fundraisers. Here are some ways you can help:
1. Throw on an ugly sweater and walk, run, bike and/or hike a 5K or 10k in honor of someone you care about.
2. Get a sponsor or have your company match your generous donation.
3. Join our raffle drawing ($20 for 6 tickets/$10 for 3 tickets) to benefit from the following goodies this holiday season:
-Grand Prize (surprise related to Stowe Mtn. Resort)
On behalf of the Williams family and the Never Give Up Ever board, thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your participation and fundraising for this year’s virtual Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot! With your help, over $4600.00 was raised!
Even though the course may have changed, the invisible strings that connected us remained strong! It was a joy to have you all apart of our mission of helping local families in need! We love the photo submissions! Be well and stay tuned for our next fundraising event!
-Jenny, Jackie & The Williams Family
Feel good about raising awareness and money by pledging a little time and effort to help others in your community!
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve support for local families. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
Our amazing team of regulars and volunteers are committed to helping others. We take our convictions and turn them into action. Think you would be a good fit? Get in touch!
2 boys with big hearts and the desire to fundraise to help those more in need than even themselves and their families
Dustin and Jack were diagnosed with Neuroblastoma as young children. Between the two boys, they underwent treatment all over the world. The staff and community around VT embraced these boys and their families and wanted to continue their efforts even after their terrible disease had taken them. Jack’s famous “Never Give Up, Ever” quote was able to stay alive in the community in which he touched so deeply. It is with their passion and drive that we continue to move forward in raising money for research and helping families during the most difficult times in their lives.
We focus on making the maximum positive effort for our community. Our members and volunteers provide the momentum that helps us affect change.
The mission of Never Giver Up Ever is to provide money for research for childhood diseases that are terminal or chronic in nature and to provide financial support for families who are experiencing serious financial hardship related to having a child with a chronic illness, terminal illness or life altering event in their lives that requires long term medical care at VT Children's Hospital. Support for these families may include, but is not limited to; gas cards, meal cards, money for lodging and inevitable related expenses due to the loss of wages and overwhelming medical bills during inpatient hospitalizations and outpatient appointments.
Encourage neighbors to sign up for an event, sponsor you or buy gear to spread the word about us. You’ll be glad you did!
The Social Workers and Case Managers at UVM Children’s Hospital (serving VT and upper state NY) fill out applications on behalf of families in financial need. The Never Give Up Ever board members review the applications for criteria that meet the mission‘s intent.
The board members strive to be good stewards of donor dollars.
Upon approval of the funding, money is distributed directly to organizations owed, allowing caregivers to focus on their most important job; the care and concern of their child(ren).
“The organization sent a check for my electric bill and I am so relieved to have one thing off my mind!”
“Keep up the amazing work...you make such a difference in so many people’s lives!”
“a safety net for countless families that have a child with a life threatening, chronic or terminal illness...as a result of their generosity, parents can focus on what is most important; caring for their child.”