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Sat, Mar 30



iCAN Challenge of 10

Join us in the "iCAN Challenge of 10" to celebrate our 10th anniversary! Grab your friends and choose a challenge of 10 to do. All money raised will contribute to bring kids from all over the world to iCAN's 10th Annual Research and Advocacy Summit (Presented by Jumo Health) in Bari, Italy.

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iCAN Challenge of 10
iCAN Challenge of 10

Time & Location

Mar 30, 2024, 12:00 AM – 11:50 PM


About the event

Join us in the "iCAN Challenge of 10” to celebrate our 10th Anniversary! Any money raised will contribute to bringing kids from around the world to iCAN’s 2024 Annual Research and Advocacy Summit in Bari, Italy.

Grab your friends and choose a challenge of 10, whether it's walking 10 minutes, doing 10 good deeds, or baking 10 cakes. Find a local sponsor to support your challenge and post pictures, tagging @iCANResearch with the hashtag #iCAN10Challenge2024. iCAN welcomes participation from everyone and encourages you to pick a challenge that is fun for you!

How to Get Started

1. Decide whether you want to take on the challenge as a chapter or if each member wants to do it independently. 2. Choose a fun challenge. 3. Set a fundraising goal, aiming high, like $2,500.

4. Ask for donations from your local community with a parent or in a group (wearing your iCAN gear is encouraged). 5. Pass the “All About iCAN” and “The 2024 iCAN Challenge of 10!” flyer to your donors to help them learn about iCAN and the event!

6. Tell donors your challenge & request donations by having them scan the QR code on the “iCAN Challenge of 10” flyer, leading them to Zeffy. Instruct them to search for your chapter to make sure the donation goes to your team.

7. Have a blast during the event while wearing your iCAN gear, and take lots of pictures. 8. Send the pictures to, so iCAN can share them. If you post on your social media, don't forget to tag @icanresearch or #ican10challenge2024

*iCAN will save the money you raise in an account for your chapter to help with expenses for kids at the Summit, going beyond the stipends already provided by iCAN for each chapter.


  • What is iCAN? A.iCAN is a 501(c)3 organization recognized as a nonprofit bythe IRS.
  • What expenses will my funds cover if I participateindependently or as a chapter and raise enough funds? A.Your funds will cover your travel, lodging, and meals at theSummit.
  • What happens if I or my chapter doesn’t raise enough funds?A.Funds raised will be held in your account for use in the next Summit.
  • If I participate as a chapter, how are attendees selected? A.The chapter leader will select the attendees for the Summit.
  • What happens to any surplus funds raised by me or my chapter? A.Surplus funds will roll over to the next year’s event.*
  • If I am partnering with a chapter, what happends to the funds I raise?A.If you partner with a chapter, all funds raised will directly support kids in that chapter.
  • Are there any restrictions on travel and hotel accommodations? A.Yes, please note that first-class travel is not permitted unlessmedically necessary, and participants must stay at the designated conference hotel. All meals, except for two dinners, will be covered.
  • * Surplus funds exceeding $2,000 will go to iCAN for future use.

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