Out-of-state brands are welcome to collaborate
Email Joshua@salood.org your business pitch
Businesses of all sizes welcome, but an active online presence is necessary for fundraising efforts
Not currently collaborating to create food or kitchenware products
We currently accept partnerships from product-based businesses
When the campaign is over, proceeds will be collected by Salood and distributed back to pediatric cancer families needing financial relief.
Salood hosts a launch party where the ambassador and collaborator showcase their creation and market to the public.
The ambassador meets with the collaborating company representative to create a product or service that will be taken to market.
Patients with pediatric cancer(in treatment or remission) between the ages of 10-18 are eligible to be a Salood Ambassador. Once selected, the Salood Ambassador is paired with the collaborating business.
Through our Ambassador Program, Salood brings young cancer warriors and businesses together to create one-of-a-kind products sold to benefit families affected by pediatric cancer.
It was wonderful to include the patient in the design process and see the product come to life! Sharing creativity with others is special and this experience is one I will never forget! The experience partnering with Salood was seamless and it was great to be able to focus our mission on a purpose that touches so many lives.
- Taylor Turner, Hazen & Co.
Designing the sweatshirt with Avery was the highlight - Joshua facilitated every step of the process and made it so easy and rewarding for us all.
- Kathryn Sukey, Fashion Designer
Leukemia survivor and aspiring fashion designer teamed up with accessories industry leader Lele Sadoughi and created a limited edition two-piece collection.
Osteosarcoma survivor Annabelle Grace partnered with Kelly Wynne to design a beautiful, custom purse.
Leukemia hero Olive joined forces with All The Wire and created the perfect go-to 14k gold necklace.
Avery’s Bravery Sweatshirt was designed in partnership by fashion expert Kathryn Sukey.
Chef Kasen and Hopdoddy blew the competition away by introducing us to The Conqueror milkshake.
Drew and Bird Bakery reimagined the beloved Monster Cookie
and came up with Drew’s Monster Cookie.
Hazen & Co. and Izzy’s freshwater pearl cross necklace was one
of the most talked about item of ours in 2020.
Graphic designer Jasmine Brooks took Liam’s art journal and
digitized his drawings to make his very own sweatshirt.
Our first ever collaboration involved superstar Makenna and Charming Flower Shop.
Created by Kids. For the Cancer Community.
Submit your pitch to Joshua@salood.org. We are now accepting inquiries for 2023.
Salood is financed through individual contributions, corporate donations, grants, and planned gifts. We do not accept contributions over the phone.
Depending on the project it can vary. On average it will be 10-20 hours, 1-2 visits with the vendor and a launch party to celebrate the creation.
Our goal is to have at least one every other month. Check out our website and social media channels for collaboration announcements.
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