Extended Stay America- Gives Back
Since 2013, Extended Stay America has donated over 85,000 FREE or deeply discounted rooms to the American Cancer Society® for patients receiving treatment away from home. And now, in an effort to bring awareness to childhood cancer, they’re expanding on this great partnership with the launch of Hope, the teddy bear. Extended Stay America – through the support of their guests – has committed to providing 5,000 Hope bears to children’s hospitals throughout America with the simple goal of bringing a smile to the face of a child battling cancer.
Each year, over 10,000 children under the age of 15 are diagnosed with cancer. It’s a diagnosis that can turn a family’s life upside down. In an effort to bring awareness to the issue, Extended Stay America is introducing Hope. Hope is a cuddly symbol of kindness and comfort. Extended Stay America – through the support of their guests is committing to provide 10,000 Hope bears to children’s hospitals throughout America with the simple goal of bringing a smile to the face of a child battling cancer.
How Can YOU Help #GIVEHOPE
Give Hope to a child with cancer for just $10
For just $10, a Hope bear can be delivered to a child battling cancer. Working with the American Cancer Society®, Extended Stay America will provide bears to children’s hospitals nationwide starting in September 2017.
A life-size Hope bear mascot will also interact with the children to bring them joy.
Purchase Hope for yourself for only $19.99
For those who would like to bring Hope home to a friend, family member or loved one, Hope can be ordered and delivered to your home for just $19.99. For each Hope bear purchased, Extended Stay America will donate $5.00 to the American Cancer Society toward pediatric cancer research.
Take a picture with Hope and use #GiveHope to help spread awareness to this campaign.
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No child or family should ever have to face childhood cancer alone, help to Give Hope and provide rooms for families dealing with this unthinkable diagnosis. I challenge you to donate or purchase ONE bear for yourself or someone you love, this small gesture will go so much farther than you can imagine.
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