National Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day

National Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day

People have used the phrase “Life is short, eat dessert before you go” for a variety of reasons. Although it sounds fun and games, Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day, which aims to raise awareness about childhood cancer, is a more serious version of the phrase.

It makes sense to enjoy the little things in life, even if they are short lived. This important cause is supported by Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day.

Malia Grace was born February 18, 2001. Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day was established to celebrate the nine wonderful years she lived. Malia Grace, who died after a long battle with cancer on December 7, 2010, was an inspiration for everyone she knew.

People who knew her noticed that she was full of the same enthusiasm that children have for life. She was a sponge for knowledge, loved learning and enjoyed being outside. Every day was a new adventure.

The event was first celebrated on Malia’s birthday in 2013. It was started by close friends to honor her life and creativity. The event was made public in 2014 and included 55 additional families of children living with cancer.

Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day became a day to remember all the children who had or are currently battling childhood cancer. The day quickly became a global phenomenon, with thousands of participants from all walks of the globe spreading the word and spreading the word to thousands.

This day is more than just about eating ice cream for breakfast. This is a day for children with cancer to participate in fundraising efforts and to end this horrible disease. These are some ideas to help you get involved in this noble cause.

If you don’t like ice cream, or want to help this cause in any other way, consider supporting local hospitals and healthcare facilities that need donations. They are there to help families and children battle this horrible disease. Research and development of cures for children’s cancers is a costly endeavor.

St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital and Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, Children’s Cancer Research Fund and Make a Wish Foundation are just a few examples of organizations that provide hope and support for children and their families.

Every year, hundreds of children benefit from the efforts and support of different hospitals and organizations. A social event such as Ice Cream For Breakfast can raise spirits and awareness. Get together a group of friends to plan for serving ice cream and asking for donations. It can be a social event in the office, at school, or in the local community. You can come up with many creative ways to make the day memorable and raise funds to support the charities.

People don’t often think about childhood cancer until they have it themselves or a loved one. It is more common than people realize. These are important facts to keep you informed and educated about childhood cancer.

You might contact your local child oncology unit to find out the supplies they require. Or, you could arrange to volunteer to spend the day playing games with the children. These children are eager to learn from others and share their lives with them. They are aware they are sick but they also know that they are children and don’t let it get them down. One great way to remember the day is by committing to be a part of their lives and sharing stories with them.

Celebrate Eat Ice Cream For Breakfast Day by joining others around the globe for an ice cream breakfast! You can join the conversation by sharing a photo of your breakfast and the people you eat ice cream for on our Eat Ice Cream For Breakfast Day social media channels. To help spread awareness and end childhood cancer, share the idea with family, friends, or coworkers.

Although they are both very similar in their names, the holidays were founded for different reasons. This holiday is not to be confused Ice Cream for Breakfast Day, which was established on Saturday February 1st by Florence Rappaport, a New York housewife. You can read more about the history of this day here.


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