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!
Kick-It, a program of Flashes of Hope, is a national volunteer driven effort focused solely on raising money for children’s cancer research. We are passionate, efficient and committed to directing every possible dollar to research.
Kick-It was founded in Chagrin Falls, Ohio by 10-year old Quinn Clarke during his second battle with cancer. He asked his parents if he could have a kickball game to raise money for research and was shocked when more than 500 people came to support him. That afternoon has inspired people from across the country and as far away as Hawaii and Australia to help save the lives of children with cancer.
Researchers should spend time making discoveries in the lab instead of filling out grant requests. We partner with the best medical advisory boards in the country to identify promising research projects and clinical trials. We focus on raising money so the researchers can focus on finding cures.
We have one simple goal- to accelerate a cure for children with cancer. No parent should have to watch a child wait for a cure. By organizing a game, joining a team or making a donation, you are helping thousands of children fighting cancer in your hometown and across the country.
The Cleveland Indians have supported Kick-It since its inception. Cleveland Indians Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Paul Dolan is passionate about finding a cure for pediatric, adolescent and young adult cancer research. The commitment from the Indians organization allowed Kick-it to grow from a single event to a national organization. Thanks to our partnership, corporations, school teams and Tribe fans across Northeast Ohio have raised more than $700,000.
Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation was founded in 1999 by four-time NASCAR Cup Series Champion Jeff Gordon. The mission of the Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation is to support children battling cancer by funding programs that improve patients’ quality of life, treatment programs that increase survivorship and pediatric medical research dedicated to finding a cure.
Our vision is that there will be a day when no child will face the uncertainty of cancer and that successful treatments will not result in negative, long-term effects. Partnering with Kick-It will bring us one step closer to kicking cancer out of every childhood, once and for all. We hope that you will join us in the Kick-it movement.