Many families need our help

Scares That Care Weekend

Scares That Care is an approved 501(c)(3) who fights the REAL MONSTERS of childhood illness, burns and breast cancer by helping families that are experiencing these extraordinary hardships cope with the financial burden.

Our non-profit organization provides money, toys and other items to help sick children. We have two other programs consisting of "Scares For Pairs," where we help women fighting breast cancer and partnered with horror icon Kane Hodder for the "I Helped Kane" program, where we provide assistance to those children who have suffered serious burn injuries.

We are a 100% VOLUNTEER organization in order to maximize our supporters donations to those who need it!

Scares That Care Weekend

Scares That Care News & Updates

We’re Back!

Now that we’re mostly recovered from the Scares That Care Weekend 3 Charity Event, we’ve reopened the store and thought we’d share a special message from The Boogeyman!

It’s “Scares That Care Weekend 3” Week!


This means our sites and standard operations are slowed or shut down as we focus on the upcoming weekend.

We’ll be back to normal operations July 27, 2016.

Sorry for any inconvenience and we’ll see you in Williamsburg, VA!




Horror In Clay Added to the Wall of Honor!

  • Posted by ScaresThatCare in STC News on July 7th, 2016

We are proud to announce the latest entry to the Wall of Honor!

Horror In Clay is a purveyor of fine horror, tiki, and SciFi themed barware and accessories, including the Horror In Clay Tiki Mug.  The company is owned and run by Jonathan “Atari” Chaffin and Allison Chaffin in Atlanta, GA. If you want to know a little more, check out thier CornerBooth Blog or visit their Facebook page!




Brian Mitchell Productions Raffle Ends 7/4/2016!

Brian is continuing his artwork raffle and you can enter for just $5!  Click on the below graphic for more information!



2015 Burn Fighter Gift COMPLETE!

  • Posted by ScaresThatCare in STC News on June 29th, 2016

Just a bit of Happiness. Our recipients from last year, Tarah and her son Austin. We sent them $6,000 initially, and shown here, was the second check for $4,000.

All because of you.




About STC

We obtained our 501(c)(3) in 2011 in order to be as transparent as possible for our supporters. We will continue to seek improving the openness of this organization and please contact us with any questions you may have.

Teamed Up With

Scares that Care and Kane Hodder Burn Fund

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