Peter Pan Children's FundPeter Pan Children's Fund

 

Children...

Join the birthday club and help children in the hospital or part of an organization.

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Teenagers...

Learn about philanthropy.

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Parents and Guardians...

The Peter Pan story can teach your children about giving.

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Educators...

Use Peter Pan in the classroom for enriched learning.

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Young at Heart...

You do not have to be a child to join the fun.

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Hospitals / Organizations...

Encourage a new generation of philanthropists.

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Second Star to the Right...

A special award for generosity.

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Great Ormond Street Hospital

 
 

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Cathy Rigby

Cathy Rigby, Broadway star and two-time Olympian gymnast, is the Honorary Chairperson of the Peter Pan Children's Fund and promotes the charity to audiences all over America. Read about Cathy's Centennial Tour of Peter Pan.

Read more about Cathy at http://www.mccoyrigby.com

 
 

John Capozzi

A friend of PPCF, author John Capozzi, who has over 15 million of his work in distribution and who has historically given 100% of his royalties to nonprofit organizations, has just completed his seventh book called Getting it Done.

It is a book about getting ahead in business and life and is a perfect gift for anyone of any age. John has agreed to give our organization $5 per book if you put our code in the PayPal box (PP 1234) upon check out. You will also get a 10% discount on the purchase.

Please visit Getting It Done and check out this great book.

 
 

Julia Hart

In 1992, a young girl named Julia Hart decided to give up birthday presents and raise money for a children's hospital. Her generous gesture would later inspire other young people to become philanthropists. This was the beginning of the Peter Pan Birthday Club.

Read more about Julia and her instrumental role in the Peter Pan Children's Fund.

 

The Peter Pan Birthday Club

Have a party!
Celebrate!
Blow out candles!
Think Happy Thoughts!

Once there was a little girl named Julia who asked, "What if every child gave up one birthday, just one, by giving instead of receiving? How many sick children could we help?" That is how the Peter Pan Birthday Club started. Julia is all grown up now but she still celebrates her birthday the Peter Pan way.

Did you know that the man who created Peter Pan was a great philanthropist? That means he gave lots of money to help other people, especially children. Sir James Barrie also gave the Peter Pan story rights to the Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital in London England. Every time Peter Pan flies, he helps to raise money for sick and injured children. You can do it too! Here's how.

Register with the Peter Pan Children's Fund so that we know when you are planning your party. You can register on line, or mail us a note telling us all about your party.

Select a hospital/organization where children are treated that will benefit from your birthday. If you need help with that, e-mail or call us.

On your party invitation, tell your friends that you want to help sick children and instead of a present, they should bring a check for the hospital/organization in the amount that they would normally spend on a gift.

After your party, make a date with the hospital/organization to present your birthday checks.

Fill out the Peter Pan Gift Application, which you can download here. Send it to us along with a letter from the hospital/organization telling us about your birthday donation. If you cannot download the form, e-mail us and we will mail you one.

When we receive your Peter Pan Gift Application, we will send the hospital/organization a $100 gift in your name.

The Peter Pan Children's Fund will also send you an official Peter Pan Birthday Club Certificate and Order of Pan crest pin.

Children and teenagers who submit a Peter Pan Gift Application will be eligible for consideration for induction into The Second Star to the Right Hall of Fame. This is how the Peter Pan Children's Fund celebrates extraordinary acts of generosity by young people who support hospitals/organization that care for children.