Buzz Creators, Inc.’s client, the MaxLove Project, hosted their Rainbow Loom-A-Thon 2 in Tustin, CA, in honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. SuperMax’s Loom‐A‐Thon 2, was a day of “Awesome” to fight childhood cancers. It was a family‐friendly charitable music festival and Rainbow Loom event that featured music, healthy food, natural/therapeutic product vendors, exemplary nonprofit organizations and Rainbow Loom creativity. Event highlights also included a special appearance by Rainbow Loom inventor Choon Ng, Melissa Joan Hart and her three sons, the music by Grammy® award‐winning Lucky Diaz and the Family Jam Band, kids’ crafts and activities, yoga, wellness seminars, and more.

Sponsored by MaxLove Project, The Honest Company, Learning Express Toys and inspired by a 7‐year‐old Tustin cancer patient, Max Wilford (a.k.a SuperMax), the event raised more than $75,000 in funds to help raise awareness for pediatric cancer, which is the #1 disease-killer of children in the U.S. Event sponsor, The Honest Company, has also committed to donating $1 for every tweet or retweet of #honestlovesmax during the entire month of September, up to $30,000.

SuperMax has inspired a nation of children and adults to take to Rainbow Looming to fundraise. If you’re not familiar, Rainbow Looms are the craze right now for kids (and adults)- including a number of celebrities – (Kate Middleton, Miley Cyrus, Jimmy Kimmel, and even the Pope!)


About the MaxLove Project:

Inspired by “SuperMax” Wilford, a seven‐year‐old from Tustin, Calif., who is fighting brain cancer, MaxLove Project is a volunteer-driven, grassroots nonprofit organization driven to help “SuperKids” thrive against cancer and life‐threatening conditions. MaxLove Project’s mission is to provide families fighting childhood cancers and life‐ threatening conditions with accessible, practical, and kid‐friendly whole‐body wellness.narratives.