Kick-It Game Event
Involves teams of players competing together in one or more kickball games on a specific day and time.
For individuals (Kick-It Champions) looking to raise money via pledge drives or donations without organizing a team-based event.
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We're playing kickball to support families that have been affected by pediatric cancer! Please join us for a great day of fun and show your support for this great cause. If you can't attend, you can still help us reach our goal through your generous donation. Please join the fight against pediatric cancer and help us kick it!
We're playing kickball to support families that have been affected by pediatric cancer and you've been personally invited to start or join a team! Please join us for a great day of fun and show your support for this great cause. If you can't attend, you can still help us reach our goal through your generous donation. We hope you'll help us kick it and join the fight against pediatric cancer!
I’m teaming up with Kick-It to cure childhood cancer one KICK at a time! Please join the fight against pediatric cancer and help us kick it!
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