Immense thanks for your support of the Go Wicked Gold campaign. At checkout, please make sure to note the date and location that you select for your pick up, as your items will be distributed to your selected location. Pick up locations, dates and times may be viewed by clicking "Pick Up Locations" in the navigation bar. Please email email@example.com with any questions.
**You will need to purchase your own battery-operated candles for the luminary bags. You can order them through Amazon Smile. The Kingston Target is also stocking extra battery-operated tea lights. Thank you! ~ The WGC Team
Go Wicked Gold Campaign
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and Gold is the color for Childhood Cancer Awareness. In September 2016, towns across the South Shore came together to GO WICKED GOLD to drive awareness and raise research funding for childhood cancer, a disease that is on the rise yet is grossly underfunded. Please join us this year as we come together and GO WICKED GOLD once again to drive awareness, raise research funding and show our solidarity for the many families in our community who have been impacted by childhood cancer.
Go Wicked Gold 2016
Last year, ten South Shore towns came together to support Go Wicked Gold. Throughout the month of September, sports teams and schools adorned gold socks, bows, bracelets and shirts, local neighborhoods organized fundraisers with their kids and displayed over 16,000 luminary candles on a single night as we came together to Light up the South Shore for Pediatric Cancer. Through these initiatives as well as funds raised through the Falmouth Road Race, Wicked Good Cause was able to donate over $30,000 to pediatric cancer research programs and just as importantly raised awareness for this disease!
This year, we want to take the campaign even further! Our goal is for the entire South Shore to be going gold this September to show our solidarity for the many families in our community impacted by this disease and raise a lot of money for pediatric cancer research and local families affected by this horrible disease.