Simone Pereira, a rising senior at Foothill High School and part of the Pink Dot Club, designed This Side Up Foundation's very own sticker, click here to shop. All proceeds made from the sticker will be donated to This Side Up.
Just this year Pereira began designing stickers and already has 2 different collections: "Coronavirus Collection"(all proceeds made from that collection will be donated to Doctors without Borders) and "Black Lives Matter"(helps spread the awareness of the ongoing racial injustices in our world). I don't know about you, but I absolutely love stickers. My sister and I are always on the lookout for a good one. So, if you are like me or my sister and love a good sticker, check out "artworkbysim" on Redbubble or click here.
What is the summer scamper?
The summer scamper is a fun race held by Lucile Packard's Hospital Stanford. Its main goal is to spread awareness and fundraise for children's health. Participants can register for free and choose to make a donation if they'd like. Every donation you make will directly support patients and families in Lucile Packard's Hospital Stanford care who need these funds now more than ever. Summer Scamper started in 2011 and since then, participants have raised over $3.5 million! This year Summer Scamper will be virtual due to COVID-19, but the event, officially being held on June 21st, will still be hosting fun activities for all their racers to play along. Busy on the 21st? That is totally okay! Any day you can run for children's health and spread awareness. Not a big fan of running? Neither am I! You can walk around your block or take a stroll from your bed to the couch, doesn't matter, just try to spread awareness and have fun. This will be my first year participation in the Summer Scamper and I for one am so excited! It's free, for a great cause, and I encourage you and all your friends to join in as well.
How do i sign up?
It's super easy and takes less than 2 minutes to register. Using this link, join our This Side Up Foundation team and get excited to scamper.