Did you know more kids die from cancer than any other disease? We cannot rest until every kid is cancer-free!
Congratulations to the big winners of the Super Bowl Raffle! Troy Mosconi of Loveland OH was the winner of the $500 prize. Ed Jarosz of Clearwater FLA was the winner of the $1,000 prize. And the Grand Prize Winner of the Super Bowl Package was Jon Gunnerson of Hudson OH! Congrats to all of our winners and thanks to all who supported CancerFree KIDS with the purchase of a raffle ticket!
Who do you fight for? This will be the theme at the second annual Night for the Fight event on February 7th, 2014. Night for the Fight was born in 2012 through a collaboration of Cincinnati-based charities CancerFree KIDS and The Cure Starts Now Foundation and a group of high school students and teachers. This collaborative planning resulted in a one-of-a-kind event to not only raise money for pediatric cancer research but to inspire the next generation to join the battle – as financial supporters, future research scientists, nurses and doctors – so that their children will never have to deal with this horrible disease. If you are a high school student, teacher or parent and want to find out more, please go to www.nightforthefight.com. Who will you fight for? We hope to see you there!
Make your next birthday party extra special by giving and receiving. Visit this link to create your own birthday party invitation!
The mission of CancerFree KIDS is to eradicate cancer as a life-threatening disease in children by funding promising research that might otherwise go unfunded.
Featuring live music by Sound Mind, silent and live auctions, light bites, and complimentary valet parking!
The mission of Tackle Childhood Cancer is to enhance the clinical and basic cancer research at Cincinnati Children's Hospital through cooperative efforts of the Cincinnati football family.
This is your BIG chance to go to the BIG GAME!
Feb. 2 @ MetLife Stadium, NJ
Athletes for Alex is a fundraising initiative started by 2 boys who lost their childhood friend to cancer. The concept is easy: collect unwanted sporting equipment to raise money for CancerFree KIDS and their mission to end childhood cancer.