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THROUGH COMFORT, COMMUNITY, AND CONNECTIONS

Together, We Make An
Unstoppable Team!

Across the globe, children with cancer or in remission are nominated by a loved one to receive a customized care package and join a resilient support network of families who are facing the same adversary. Together, we rise above the statistics and kick cancer to the curb.

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kids are diagnosed with cancer in the United States everyday

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1 in 285 kids are diagnosed before their 20th birthday in the United States

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plus kids are diagnosed with cancer each year worldwide

STRONGER TOGETHER

What We Do

We deliver customized player kits that connect children across the globe as they face their common opponent – childhood cancer. Through resources and online communities, families are able to connect despite physical barriers. At the end of the day, our goal is for those affected by cancer to know that they are not alone.

Cancer Kickers Gear: Blue Hat, Red Water Bottle next to Blue Nike Backpack filled with Red Sweatshirt, Blue Nike Jersey, White Nike Soccer Shorts, Red Nike Slides
NOMINATE A CHILD

Here's How It Works

It’s easy! To nominate a child (18 years old and younger) who is battling cancer or in remission to receive a player kit, simply fill out the form on our website. We’ll verify your nomination, and once completed, begin customizing your teammate's jersey with their favorite number and nickname. At no cost to you, we’ll have the kit delivered straight to their door!

Nominate A Child

Cancer Kickers Red Paper with Checkmark Icon

Nominate

Nominate a child with cancer or in remission by filling out an easy form. Then we’ll start the process of verifying the teammate.

Cancer Kickers Red Soccer Jersey, Number 8 Icon

Customize

Once your nomination has been confirmed, your teammate's gear will be customized with their favorite number and nickname. 

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Ship

Your teammate's kit will be packed with love and shipped to their door! Now it's time to send us a photo and introduce your teammate!

How We Help

 When a child is facing a tough opponent like cancer, we are dedicated to providing a sense of  Comfort, Community, and Connections that contribute to the strength they need to keep fighting. Each day a child is sponsored is another opportunity for Cancer Kickers to help make a teammate feel special.

Nominate A Child

Cancer Kickers Teammate with kit sitting on couch holding water bottle with logo
Cancer Kickers Teammate with cap and white t-shirt with logo

Be The Difference

100% of your generous support provides Comfort, Community, and Connections for the brave teammates of the Cancer Kickers Soccer Club. Each and every donation you make enriches each of their lives!


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Meet the
Cancer Kickers Teammates

These are some of the amazing teammates your donations help make a difference for each and every day.

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Wilson's Fight

14 Jul, 2021

Welcome, Wilson! This tough fighter is 15 years old. She is battling Ewing Sarcoma. Wilson was diagnosed on September 29, 2020, after experiencing extreme pain and swelling of her left knee. Wilson is currently on her last cycle of chemotherapy and is re-learning how to walk.

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Easton the Beast

12 Jul, 2021

Say hi to Easton! This courageous Cancer Kickers teammate is five years old. He is battling Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). Easton was diagnosed with Leukemia on August 2, 2019. His journey has included multiple blood transfusions, lumbar punctures, spinal taps, bone marrow biopsies, numerous rounds of chemotherapy, and more. Easton is currently in long-term maintenance phase of treatment. He is expected to complete his treatment on October 15, 2022! Easton’s nickname is “The Beast”.

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Courageous Charlie

07 Jul, 2021

Welcome, Charlie! This courageous boy is 11 years old. Charlie was diagnosed with Leukemia on October 22, 2020. Since diagnosis, Charlie has had a very tough journey. On two separate occasion’s Charlie spent two weeks in the Pediatric ICU where he was sedated and intubated. In addition, he had an emergency operation as well as a stoma. On top of this, Charlie had a seizure due to brain abnormality, referred to as PRES and his bowel ruptured which left him extremely septic. All of this was due to the awful side effects of chemotherapy. Charlie is currently learning to walk again. 

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