Thank you for Lemonading with us!
Together Lemonade Stand Day 2021 raised
Thank you to everyone who supported a stand on August 29th in support of the
Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation and the renovation of the
Family Room at the hospital.
What We Stand For
The Simply Supper Lemonade Stand Day is a fun program that gives kids the opportunity to run a business, learn about entrepreneurship, philanthropy, marketing and customer service at a young age. Over the last seven years, $900,000 has been raised and over 4,000 kids have participated in the annual event!
Simply Supper and the sponsors of Lemonade Stand Day provide all lemonade ingredients, cups, signage, t-shirts and training for kids to run their stands.
In return, the Junior Lemon Squeezers will give back all proceeds to the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation. No child comes to the Stollery alone. When a kid gets sick or hurt, parents, siblings, grandparents, aunts, uncles and friends all come together to help. Our junior lemon squeezers are raising funds to help renovate an important space at the Stollery — the Family Room. It’s a safe place for patient families to be together, or alone, to reflect, to laugh and cry, and to rest and re-energize. The Family Room has info on Stollery care teams, medical procedures and Hospital resources, plus games, reading materials and Internet access. The new space will include a dining area, updated technology and improved wheelchair access.
This event is planned and managed by Simply Supper and a volunteer committee with the proceeds of this event being donated to the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation.
Find a Stand
Look up the personal donation page of a stand by searching stand #, stand name, or participants last name.
Can’t find the stand – pop us an email and we can help!
If searching stand #, please be sure to search a 3 digit # -ex: 001
Signs are created, tables are decorated and our little, but strong, entrepreneurs put on a fierce sales and marketing campaign to raise funds for the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation.
Meet some of our Junior Lemon Squeezers and read their story.
Stand # 390
Supa A-peeling Lemonade Stand
Stand # 389
Lemonade for Kids: Made by Andy & Noah
Stand # 388
Stand # 387
Big E, little e Lemonade
Stand # 386
Stand # 385
The Lemon Kids
Where We Come From
With the creation of this program, our goal was to scatter lemonade stands all over the city in support of the Simply Supper’s commitment to local charities and our youth.
Over the last seven years, $900,000 has been raised for local charities and this year we’re mixing our way to a goal of $1 million dollars raised.
We are so proud of the close to 4,000 Junior Lemon Squeezers who have hosted stands with us over the past years:
2014 Our 30 stands raised over $4,000.
2015 Our 75 stands raised over $22,000 .
2016 Our 135 stands raised over $50,000.
2017 Our 250 stands raised over $140,000.
2018 Our 450 stands raised over $227,000.
2019 Our 560 stands raised over $257,000.
2020 Our 250 stands raised over $168,000.
Get In Touch
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Frequently Asked Questions
In light of Covid-19, will Lemonade Stand Day be happening?
Yes! We have worked hard to provide you the tools you need to be safe this year and we encourage you to host a lemonade stand that works for your family.
Do I have to host a traditional lemonade stand?
We encourage you to host a stand that make you feel the safest. You can host a drive-thru stand, a virtual stand, an invite only stand or maybe you want to do deliveries and you can bring your friends and family “Lemon Drops” thru contactless delivery.
What is a virtual stand?
This would be a stand via the internet only. You would have no physical visitors to your stand and would not be selling lemonade in person. You can be as creative as you like with this…maybe sell artwork that you will mail, offering to do 7 days of lemony challenges or offering lemon themed cooking demos.
Does our stand have to be on the Lemonade Stand Day map?
No, when registering you can select to not be on the map.