Shop for CCF Merchandise To Support Our
Research and Education Efforts

Visit CCF's new online merchandise shop. There are t-shirts, pins, caps and more to help you educate others on cardiomyopathy. If you have an idea for a new product or plan to order larger quantities for a fundraiser, please contact the Foundation.

"A CURE FOR TOMORROW" red heavy gauge silicone wristbands (similar to the popular Lance Armstrong LiveStrong wristbands) are now available! These are great fundraising and awareness items. Please join us in saying "I care" about the search for a cure!

Proceeds from the bands (sold for $5 each) will go towards CCF's patient support programs. To order your curebands, please download an order form.

Shop At To Raise Money

You can now help raise funds for critical research by shopping online at a "shop and give" site such as Each time you purchase a product at this site, a percentage of the purchase price gets donated to the Foundation at no extra charge. Anytime you are considering a purchase, whether it is gifts, clothes, books, music, or electronics, consider buying it online through More than 400 well known retailers such as Barnes and Noble, Best Buy, J Crew, Gap, PC Connection, Sharper Image, Babies R Us, and 1-800 Flowers participate. For a complete listing of retailers and percent contribution, please visit Simply register with your e-mail address and then specify the "Children's Cardiomyopathy Foundation" as your supported cause. What a great feeling to know that something as fun as shopping can help support something as meaningful as pediatric research!

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