LemonAiD is supported by caring adults, LemonAiD Ambassadors. LemonAiD Ambassadors are companies, churches, restaurants and organizations that provide support in two ways.

1. Through promotion of the LemonAiD Campaign.
Ambassadors encourage children to make a postive difference for kids in poverty by registering to run a LemonAiD stand. Ambassadors can spread the word by posting flyers, sending email messages and/or promoting through social media. 

2. Through hosting a LemonAiD stand fundraiser.
Ambassadors provide much-needed funding to support The Salvation Army's services to children in poverty. We will supply promotional materials. Hosting a LemonAiD fundraiser can be quite simple. 

  • Companies can set up a lemonade station in the breakroom/lobby with a donation bucket.

  • Churches can allow their youth group to set up a stand after services for one or more weekends.

  • Restaurants can donate a percentage of beverage/lemonade sales or donate a fixed amount per lemonade/beverage sold for a day(s).

  • Create a unique way to get your employees, customers, participants, and/or members involved.

LemonAiD Ambassadors will receive recognition on The Salvation Army in Central Ohio LemonAiD webpage.

For more information or to discuss ambassador opportunities, please contact Shellye Brown-Kujkowski at shelley.brown@use.salvationarmy.org or call 614-437-2145. Thank you for your consideration.

   Last Year's 2018 LemonAiD Ambassadors:

  • City Barbeque

  • Conservatory of Piano

  • Easton Town Center

  • First Merchants Bank

  • Polaris Fashion Place

Below are some tools you may find useful to help you promote lemonAiD.

Powerpoint LemonAiD Announcement Slide

Sample LemonAiD Email

Sample LemonAiD Facebook Posts



  • May 1 - Registration Opens 
  • May 31 and June 1 - LemonAiD Kick-Off events
  • June and July - LemonAiD Campaign dates. LemonAiD stands can be held any day and time you choose.
  • July 27 - LemonAiD Finale - at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium (time tbd) Come celebrate with us! More details to come