This September, join Wicked Good Cause – a South-Shore based 501c3 organiza:on – as we GO WICKED GOLD to drive awareness and raise research funding for Pediatric Cancer, a disease that is on the rise yet remains grossly underfunded. Here’s how you can get involved :

Light Up the Night – A Luminary Event for Pediatric Cancer Awareness! Join us on Saturday, September 30th as we Light Up the Night with GOLD Luminary candle bags to support and honor all of the families in our community who have been impacted by pediatric cancer, including Zach Kane, a Wicked Good Cause recipient who passed away on September 8, 2015 from Ewing’s Sarcoma. Every year, this event will be held on the first Saturday aoer the anniversary of Zach’s passing. Order gold luminary bags through our site beginning in July. On September 30th, line your driveways, streets, neighborhoods and towns to show your solidarity.  A portion of all sales will be donated to our fundraising efforts. Visit our Go Wicked Gold page to learn about local events being organized in select South Shore towns on this day.

‘Heart of Gold’ Neighborhood Fundraisers! Gather the kids in your neighborhood to organize fundraisers throughout September. This is a great way to get our kids involved and show them how they can help make a difference in the lives of other kids! In the past, neighborhoods have organized lemonade stands, neighborhood car washes and kid’s art sales. Funds raised can be sent to Wicked Good Cause.

Buy Your Gold! Shop our GO WICKED GOLD online store beginning in July to purchase gold gear that gives back! We will be selling socks, shirts, bows and more with a portion of all sales going to the GO WICKED GOLD fundraising efforts.

Show Us Your Gold! Get creative in how you wear Gold items you already own – from t-shirts to jewelry, dress up clothes and more! Send us your pictures or share them on social media with #GoWickedGold!

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Contact Sarah at with questions and share your photos on social media with @WIckedGoodCause and #GoWickedGold.