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Charity Share: Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation

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Nothing’s better than a tall glass of lemonade on a hot summer day. Well, there is one thing: when it’s paired with good food, good company and a great cause.

This summer, we’re offering you the chance to join Timothy Olyphant for a private dinner by award-winning chefs in LA, and it’s all to benefit Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation.

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Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) was started by four-year-old Alexandra “Alex” Scott, who, like most kids, dreamed of hosting a lemonade stand in her family’s front yard. Unlike most kids, Alex hatched this plan after receiving a stem cell transplant due to her neuroblastoma, a type of childhood cancer. She wanted to give the money raised to doctors so they could “help other kids, like they helped me,” and, that first day with the help of her brother, she raised $2,000 for childhood cancer research.

In 2004, Alex lost her fight against cancer, but in the sixteen years since her first lemonade stand, ALSF has honored her memory and continued her inspiring legacy, having raised over $127 million. Because of their funding for 650 childhood cancer research projects at over 100 top hospitals in North America, the latest and most promising treatments have been able to reach children who need it the most.

Want to support Alex’s mission with some great food and lemonade for good? Enter to share an exclusive private dinner with Timothy Olyphant at Suzanne Goin & Caroline Styne’s celebrated a.o.c. in Los Angeles. We’ll save you a seat (and a glass!).

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