Corporate Cup will be paused in 2021, but we plan to come back for another great event in 2022!

Corporate Cup

Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the Boston Children’s Hospital Corporate Cup?

The Corporate Cup is a fundraiser for Boston Children’s Hospital that promotes fun and friendly competition within the business community through a series of events. Teams compete for points in activities that include both physical and mental skills and fundraising prowess too. Companies tell us the fun-filled event boosts teamwork, wellness, and makes their people proud to support an amazing cause.

Who can participate?

Teams of 8-20 employees from corporations and small and large businesses are welcomed.

How do I participate?

If your company already has a team and captain, you can join the team. Interested in starting a team? Please reach out to

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Why should I fundraise?

Fundraise because you can save children’s lives. While you prepare to face off on the field, kids at Boston Children’s are facing tough battles of their own. Just by asking friends and family for support you can give kids a lifesaving edge! Plus, your fundraising can earn points for your team. Learn more.

How does my company participate in the Patient Partner Program?

If your company is interested in being matched with a Boston Children’s patient for fundraising inspiration, please learn more here.

What is the fundraising minimum?

We encourage a $200 fundraising minimum per participant—and we provide tools to help you get there; including a fundraising page and support from a Boston Children’s staff member.

Where does the money go?

All funds raised benefit the Every Child Fund at Boston Children’s Hospital—healing children, helping families, and fueling lifesaving research for every child.
See what else the Every Child Fund supports

Where do I send donations?

Encourage your supporters to donate online through your personal fundraising page. If they prefer to write a check, make checks payable to Boston Children’s Hospital and mail to the address below along with this form.

Boston Children's Hospital Corporate Cup
Attn. Gift Services
401 Park Dr. Suite 602
Boston, MA 02215
Boston Children's Hospital's Tax ID number: 04-2774441
Please include a note clearly identifying the Boston Children’s Hospital Corporate Cup participant that the donation should be credited to. Allow 7-10 business days for the check donation to be reflected on your personal fundraising page.

How do I access my Fundraising Center?

Log in here with the username and password you created when registering online. Be sure to customize your personal fundraising page. From here, you can send emails to family and friends asking them to support your fundraising for Boston Children’s Hospital. Your Fundraising Center is also where you can create a Facebook Fundraiser, which is a quick and easy way to get donations!

Can Boston Children’s Hospital issue tax receipts to my donors?

Yup. All online donors will get a receipt via email. Boston Children’s will issue IRS-compliant, charitable, tax receipts to the full extent of the law only if a check donation of $250 or more is made payable directly to Boston Children’s along with detailed contact information of the donor. Issuing an inappropriate receipt can put our charitable tax status in jeopardy; please don’t promise any kind of receipts.

Should I send a personal thank you to my donors?

Absolutely! It’s important to thank those who support your efforts. Use your Fundraising Center to send thank you emails.

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What is a Fundraising Center?

Use your Fundraising Center to communicate with potential supporters, update your fundraising and team pages, track your fundraising progress, and more. This is also where you can easily set up a Facebook Fundraiser.

How do I get a Fundraising Center?

All participants automatically get one when they register. Once you register we’ll email you the link to access your Fundraising Center and your login credentials.

Can I personalize my page?

The more personal your page, the more family and friends will want to give. Upload your own photo, update the page header, add your own personal content, and share why you’re fundraising for Boston Children’s Hospital.

How do people donate to my page?

People visit your page, read your message, and click the “Give Now” button. The link takes them to an online form that allows them to:

  • Give any amount (over $5) by credit card
  • Contribute anonymously
  • Include a message to you
  • Download a pdf form to mail in with a check donation
Plus, an email note of gratitude is automatically sent.

Can I use Facebook to Fundraise?

Yes — and it’s easy! Please log in to your Fundraising Center and click on the blue box that says “Facebook Fundraising” to get started. Using Facebook Fundraisers increases fundraising, which can lead to bonus points for your team. Learn more here!

What else can I do with my page?

You can build an email address book, send personal messages to potential supporters, and a lot more. You can also track your donors and their mailing addresses to make sending a thank you note easy!

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