Welcome to the Second Edition of our online Victorious Voice Newsletter!
As the sun sets earlier each night preparing for the onset of Fall, we too are planning for the next season. Our vision continues to become sharper for how to fulfill our mission in the “new normal.”
Recognizing that our annual Birthday Bash remains a critical source of support for Victorious 4 Teens programs, we are stepping out of the box, on a journey to embrace a Virtual Birthday Bash this year! Birthday Bash 2020: Perfect Vision, will be held online Friday, October 16th — please be sure to SAVE-the-DATE for this very special evening. This, coupled with generous donations from supporters such as you, as well as our Annual Victorious Champion Sponsors, will allow us to continue providing age-appropriate programs and activities for children and teens receiving treatment for cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.
Our annual 5K Race/Walk changes its look this year. On Sunday, December 6th, the 12th annual Victorious 5K Run & 1-Mile Walk now has a fun Winter twist — the “Candy Cane Dash.” Be sure to register early with our Sweet Tooth Special!
The Teen Kit and Alicia’s Art Cart programs continue to grow, even more so during COVID hospitalizations. Our ongoing monthly Frequent Donor program now lets you donate once a month to support our programs. We hope you will consider donating to our “Cup for a Cause” program. For the small price of a cup of coffee, YOU can help support innovative programs that enrich the social and emotional needs of hospitalized children.
Wishing you the remaining weeks of summer filled with joy and health,
Through the challenges of 2020, ARVF continues to support hospitalized teens nationally with Teen Kits and Alicia's Art Carts. This year, with help from supporters like you, we were able to ship 489 Teen Kits to over 20 hospitals and restock 26 Alicia's Art Carts nationwide. That's a total of over $45,000! A HUGE thank you for your support!
Calling All Students - YLC Starting This Fall!
The Youth Leadership Council (YLC) is a group of students grades 8 – 12, who are committed to being socially conscious and responsible in making a difference for children and teens receiving treatment for cancer and other life-threatening illnesses through the Alicia Rose Victorious Foundation. Members learn the importance of helping others through community service, leadership development, and team-building activities.
For more information on the Youth Leadership Council...
We are currently accepting donations for our Silent Auction. If you would like to contribute an item or make a donation for our Signature “Basket of Cheer”, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 856-784-0615.
|Bash in a Box|
If you are interested in being a Sponsor and being part of our “Bash in a Box", contact email@example.com, or call 856-784-0615. More exciting details to come…
Counting down the days until the "Candy Cane Dash"! Join us on December 6th to spread good cheer whether you walk or run to benefit teens battling cancer & other life-threatening illnesses.
Got a Sweet Tooth? Register Early & Save $10 - open until October at 11:59 p.m. Registration is open to participants of all ages.
Victorious Champion Sponsor Spotlight
Corporate partnerships are essential to advancing ARVF’s work in supporting hospitalized teens nationally. For over ten years, PJW Restaurant Group has been an ardent Victorious Champion supporting ARVF events and programs. As the business grew from one restaurant to 23 with six different dining concepts throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania, founder and entrepreneur Bob Platzer also created a culture of philanthropy throughout his organization. When Mr. Platzer was awarded the 2013 Victorious Corporate Champion Award, he stated “PJW Restaurant Group has always had a culture of giving back to the community, because without community, we would not be successful; and helping others in need is just the right thing to do.”
During these challenging times, the restaurant industry has been particularly affected by closures and restrictions. PJW Restaurant Group remains steadfast in its commitment to the health, wellness, and safety of its guests and employees. “At the heart of our purpose is a commitment to the neighborhoods we serve and building community among our guests.”
We thank PJW Restaurant Group for their generosity in treasure, but especially in spirit over the years!
Interested in joining our list of event sponsors?
Click to become a Victorious Champion!
Cup for a Cause
Turn the cost of your morning cup of coffee into an
act of kindness by becoming a
As one of the many ways you can be Victorious 4 Teens, join our Frequent Donor program for only the small price of your morning coffee once a month. Help us plan ahead to provide the most immediate support for hospitalized teens.
Here's how your monthly donation can make an impact:
|Give teens the creativity to express themselves with supplies from Alicia's Art Cart.|
Provide a Social Activity that enriches the
social-emotional needs of a hospitalized teen.
|Provide a Teen Kit & Bandana Pillow to support a critically ill child.|
Please call (856)784-0615 to speak with us personally. We are happy to
answer any of your questions!
The Alicia Rose Victorious Foundation is a national non-profit organization providing age-appropriate programs and activities for children and teens receiving treatment for cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.
Coming soon... "Bash in a Box"
Watch for the August Edition of The Victorious Voice to learn more about the Birthday Bash 2020: Perfect Vision!
Alicia Rose Victorious Foundation · 2115 Voorhees Town Ctr, Voorhees, NJ 08043