Pot of Gold Program
The pot of gold is a personalized gift delivery for children fighting cancer & their siblings
Fighting cancer is not easy. It’s not easy on the family either. A child or teen fighting cancer will endure hundreds of appointments and treatments. They often undergo surgeries, transplants, chemo, radiation and more.
They face frequent scans, anxiety, stress and worry. During long stays in the hospital they often need support.
The Pot of Gold program is a personalized and individually-shopped gift delivery by our team team of volunteers as a message of hope and encouragement. It is also a time for the family to make a positive memory during their journey.
join us by volunteering
for hospitals & clinics
Gold Rush Cure Foundation and the Pot of Gold program has worked with over 100 children’s hospitals and clinics and is growing. It is our #1 goal to give social workers and child life specialists another tool for supporting their patients.
Children and teens (ages birth to 20) with a childhood cancer diagnosis are eligible for a Pot of Gold delivery experience. A Pot of Gold is a one-time gift.
If you are within one of our location areas then we most likely offer the Pot of Gold through your hospital or treatment center. If you are outside of our locations, our network of volunteers will do our best to make the Pot of Gold delivery happen. Requests must be submitted through your hosptial social worker or child life specialist.
want to help deliver pots of gold?
GET ON THE RUSH LIST
We work nationwide, but we don’t always have volunteer needs in all areas. Getting on the RUSH List lets us know you’re interested in helping and as soon as we have a need we will contact you.
support the pot of gold program
Hundreds of donors have made the Pot of Gold program possible. We don’t stop – the commitment to children fighting cancer is ongoing. We would love your help as a funding partner.
Pot of Gold Sponsorship
Supports 1 Patient
Supports their Siblings
Pot of Gold Co-Sponsorship
Supports A Family with Another Donor
Includes their Siblings