Attract new fans & help every patient family find support


Get discovered by the childhood cancer community.
And, help your patient families find more resources.




Anddit is free for nonprofits & you can embed it on your website!

See how great nonprofits are using Anddit



Find new supporters

Engage new people, brands, & foundations by posting specific ways to support your nonprofit.



Be featured

Every month, we feature nonprofits working to help patients & their families. 


Refer patients

Send patients here when funds are low or they don't qualify for your services.


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Keep donors engaged & expand your fanbase.


Create an inspired community by posting simple, specific opportunities to support your organization - products, services, volunteers...whatever you need.


And since people and companies can follow you on Anddit, they stay engaged, see their impact, and are inspired to give again and again.





What is Anddit? 

Anddit is a community that helps childhood cancer families, nonprofits, & clinicians find support.


What are the fees?

Thanks to our sponsors, Anddit is free to use and we don't charge any platform fees.

If your an organization who accepts donations on Anddit, the only fees are for credit card processing (2.9% + 30 cents) and for bank payout (0.5%), both of which are charged by our payment processor, Stripe.


Great Nonprofits


Funding the ideas of pediatric nurses

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The Monday Life - a national nonprofit that improves children's hospitals - wanted to fund great ideas from pediatric nurses.

But they needed funding, and a way to identify these ideas.

So The Monday Life partnered with Anddit - and now, nurses can quickly share exactly what they need. And even better, the nurses themselves promote their own requests to attract support.

Thanks to this partnership, incredibly innovative nursing ideas are being shared and supported - like the 3D children's gaming unit that The Monday Life funded at Brenner Children's Hospital (pictured).  


funding nursing needs