CLEANING UP FOR CHILDHOOD CANCER
Peyton’s Potion is operated on two foundational beliefs. We believe what you clean with impacts your health. And we believe in supporting childhood cancer research and children with cancer.
Peyton’s Potion donates 5% of all profits to childhood cancer research to be part of continuing the important and vital work to save more children’s lives and improve treatments for children with cancer.
Contributing to childhood cancer research became a theme early on in Peyton’s treatment when he agreed to allow his bone marrow to be collected for research purposes. With the start of Peyton’s Potion, donating to CureSearch with proceeds was always a priority. CureSearch is a U.S. based non-profit foundation that accelerates the search for cures for children’s cancer by driving innovation, overcoming research barriers and solving the field’s most challenging problems. Peyton and his mom, Jess, have received two humanitarian awards for their contribution to childhood cancer research and awareness. They were also recognized by CureSearch with an invitation to one of their research facilities in Utah. This visit reaffirmed the mission of Peyton’s Potion. Reflecting on the visit, Jess says “That was really special. To be in the center of what saved his life. It’s an overwhelmingly sacred place to be when you’re around the people who put all that time, energy, and money into helping save lives.”
Peyton’s Potion also uplifts children with cancer through Peyton’s Paper Crane Project.
We’re on a mission to collect as many paper cranes as possible with the goal of giving 1,000 paper cranes to one child at a time who is undergoing cancer treatment. In Japanese tradition, 1,000 paper cranes are given to a person who is seriously ill in hopes for their recovery. We would love your help in collecting paper cranes to make our mission of spreading hope a reality. Please take a few minutes to learn more about our Paper Crane Project, how you can help, and watch Peyton as he teaches you how to fold a paper crane!