Your Pennies for Patients program is right around the corner. Try these simple steps for a smooth and successful launch.

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Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

Plan the Work, Work the Plan!

Dear %%First_Name%%,

We know you're off to a great start for your Pennies for Patients program, so keep the momentum going. First, take care of any steps below that haven't been completed:

  • Set your fundraising goal.
  • Meet with your team to plan fundraising events. (The suggestions on page 10 of the Volunteer Guide are a super place to start.)
  • Plan your school's promotional video. (For tips, see page 6 of the guide.)
  • Schedule your kick-off event for the week before the campaign starts.
  • Determine your money collection process. (See page 11 of the guide.)

Then work with your team to complete these important steps:

  • Set up classroom pages on your school's online giving page. (You'll find step-by-step directions on page 8 of the Volunteer Guide.)
  • Start having student volunteers publicize the program around your school.
  • Place information about the campaign in your school newsletter and on your school and district websites.

Because of the efforts of you and everyone at %%School_Name%%, we'll be one step closer to a world without blood cancers. We couldn't do it without you!

Learn more here

Our new STEM curriculum gives students an inside look at the science behind cancer research and includes

  • Grade-specific presentations
  • Hands-on, experiential activities
  • Teacher’s Guide

Download Activities

Download Video

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LLS has one goal: A world without blood cancers. Learn more.

Learn more here

New This Year!

Schools that raise $1,500 or more qualify for Gift Cards. Get the details in your Volunteer Guide.

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Spare Change

How many coins are produced in the US each year? The US Mint makes between 14 billion and 20 billion coins each year.

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Pennies & Punchlines

Why did the man put all his coins in the freezer? He wanted some cold, hard cash.

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Quick Question

How is the money collected for Pennies for Patients spent? Donations go toward a variety of areas related to stamping out blood cancers. Learn more on page 2 in your Volunteer Guide or visit

Questions? Your Volunteer Guide and our FAQ section have the answers. Plus check out our latest Student Series video here.

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