When Faris D. Virani was diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer at the tender age of 6, he received many gifts from his friends and family while in the hospital. Instead of keeping the gifts for himself, Faris (whose nickname is JuJu) wanted to share them with his floor mates on the children’s cancer unit. With his chemo pole in tow, Faris went from room to room giving gifts, thereby spreading “Good JuJu.”

We continue our Chief Angel Officer’s legacy of love and generosity through our Good JuJu program. Our Good JuJu Care Packages are carefully curated, uniquely personalized, and delivered with love to children with cancer across the country.

Request a care package

Do you know a child with cancer? We’d love to send a Good JuJu Care Package on your behalf! To request a a special care package, just fill out our simple online form. Click below to get started.

Request a Care Package

Spread Good JuJu!

Help us spread Good JuJu in the world through our volunteer and donation opportunities.

Spread Good JuJu

Spread Good JuJu

Host a Good JuJu Party

Interested in gathering a group of your closest friends or family to spend 1-2 hours wrapping Good JuJu Care Packages? You invite the guests, pick a location, and choose a date and we will provide the gifts, wrapping paper, and JuJu fun! Contact Tiffany Talbert (tiffany@thefarisfoundation.org) to learn more.

DIY Good JuJu Wrapping Paper

An especially great option for children to get involved with spreading Good JuJu as individuals, groups, or classrooms. We provide you with a pre-cut amount of butcher block paper, you decorate it, and our volunteers use it to wrap presents for care packages. Contact Tiffany Talbert (tiffany@thefarisfoundation.org) to learn more.

Start A Good JuJu Club

Interested in being a Magic Maker and spreading Good JuJu in your school, church, or community? Contact Tiffany Talbert (tiffany@thefarisfoundation.org) to learn more.

Sponsor a Good JuJu Care Package

Make a child’s day brighter by sponsoring a Good JuJu Care Package for $200. Donate here.