Michael on top of the mountain, where he is now, forever.
Michael donating 40 boxes to Ronald McDonald House in Baltimore Maryland.
One of our 100 Kindles donated to a happy Boredom Busters customer: Reese from Kentucky.
Marcie received over $7,000 in birthday fundraiser donations from our generous donors, to fund this special project.
Since 2004, Boredom Busters has delivered over 8,000 Boredom Busters boxes and bags to hospitals all over the US East Coast, including Johns Hopkins, Duke Medical Center, Childrens' Hospital of Washington, Long Island Jewish and Fairfax Inova Hospital. Ronald McDonald Houses across the contry are one of our favorite beneficiaries.
Through your generosity, we have raised over $200,000 since April 2020. We have delivered over 3,000 boxes to 60 hospitals and Ronald McDonald Houses across the country. After a brief rest in January, we are now hard at work again.
The NIH has been doing groundbreaking research for 50+ years, and provide dedicated services to young children fighting cancer and other diseases. We are thrilled to contribute in a small way to their mission.
We have completed our IRS Form 990 for 2021. We are proud to report receiving over $180,000 in donations and delivering over $80,000 in Boredom Busters bags. We only spent $3,290 on non-program expenses - almost all printing and postage. No salaries, no rent, no fundraising expenses. We have a lot of work to do to turn your generosity into many more BB bags for our young patients.
Michael McCauley with his sister Jess and brother Matt in 2015