Coping Kits

Join our mission to help children and families cope with cancer

Sponsor an Entire Coping Kit: $1500

Sponsor Half a Coping Kit: $750

Sponsor an Item in the Coping Kit: See below



What's included in every Coping Kit?

  1. Hospital Helper: $100
    Large tote bag, small cooler, caribiner clips, men + women’s travel kit
  2. VISA Gift Card: $100
  3. Fuel + Fare for Family: $100
    Gift cards for gas + DuPont cafeteria
  4. Creativity + Comfort: $100
    Calendar, note cards, note book, pens, deck of cards, art supplies, blanket, pillow, chewing gum + mints
  5. Essentials: Toiletries, medication aids, sanitization items: $100
    Toiletries, pill accessories, sanitization items, mini First Aid kit, digital thermometer
  6. On Hand Eats + Accessories: $100
    Travel umbrella, adult sized socks, food/snacks, baseball hats

On June 28th, 2011 an Adopt a Pig volunteer delivered the first Coping Kit to a family whose child was recently diagnosed with cancer. They also delivered six more that day to kick off a bittersweet mission.

  • iPads and iTunes gift cards to help kids and families stay connected & to entertain during countless hours spent in treatment.
  • Gas cards to help with travel costs associated with frequent visits to the hospital.
  • Cafeteria gift card to help offset food costs during hospital stays.
  • Visa gift card to help with incidentals.
  • Calendars to track appointments, follow-ups, and medications.
  • Lint brush, mints, soft blanket, soft pillow for personal comfort during treatment.
  • Thermometer, pill cutter, sunscreen, hand sanitizer, first aid kit, pill glide, soft tissues for medical care at home.
  • Baseball hat, socks, toothpaste, shampoo and conditioner for personal care and comfort.

The total cost of each Coping Kit is $1,500. Since the launch of the Coping Kit program in June, 2011, every family at DuPont Hospital for Children has received a Coping Kit within one week of their child’s pediatric cancer diagnosis.





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