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Supporting Children with Cancer

Delivering support, cheer, and happiness through our nationwide Pot of Gold Program.

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Gold Rush Cure Foundation

Pot of Gold Program

We’re Helping Kids Fighting Cancer…

Gold Rush Cure is in the childhood cancer fight.  A 501 (c)(3) organization that started in California with chapters nationwide, we are helping support childhood cancer families with our Pot of Gold Program

Join the Cause to Support Our Heroes

In our country more children are lost to cancer than any other disease.  This is more than many other childhood diseases combined.

Gold Rush Cure delivers the Pot of Gold to children with cancer all over the US.  It is a unique opportunity to show our support and care while bringing smiles to their faces during a very difficult journey.


A Gift Program for Children With Cancer

We fight the battle against Childhood Cancer on a one-to-one basis through our Pot of Gold.  Pot of Gold focuses on both the child and the family, ensuring that both have the materials they need in this trying time. The children have contents related to their interests, while the parents receive items which improve their quality of life and ability to care for their children.

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Who We Are


Help Make Memories

How the Pot of Gold Program Works

Connect With the Family

Through our partnership with the Children’s Hospital team we connect with the family in need.  Referrals are the fastest way to deliver a Pot of Gold.

Learn About their Interests

We reach out to the family and ask about the child, their interests, needs, and hobbies.  Every Pot of Gold is customized and purchased just for them.

Deliver A Pot of Gold

A Gold Rush Cure Foundation representative will deliver the Pot of Gold to the child and the family.  We love this step the most.

Where We’ve Delivered


Our 2016 Funding Level Commitments for Pot of Gold Deliveries

240 To Go

2016 Pot of Gold Sponsorship Goal

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Gold Rush Cure Announces Partnership with Gold Rush Nugget Bucket

In the Spring of 2015 Gold Rush Nugget Bucket became a Partner in our cause! They were looking for just the right non-profit organization to partner with and although we have our names in common, we learned that they had a huge desire to also help children who are battling cancer! GRNB along with their manufacturer donate the Camo and the pink Nugget Bucket Pails to all chapters of GRCF and they are used in our Pot of Gold Campaign.