CureSearch for Children's Cancer funds and supportstargeted and innovative children's cancer research with measurableresults, and is the authoritative source of information and resourcesfor all those affected by children's cancer.
CureSearch for Children's Cancer is proud to be named the first and only philanthropic partner of Kickball365's The Circuit, a national professional tour of top-flight kickball tournaments. The partnership kicked off on Saturday, July 14 at the brand new Long Bridge Park in Arlington, VA. Over 300 players gathered to play in a round robin group play hosted by DC Kickball365. Teams kicked off a partnership between CureSearch for Children's Cancer and Kickball365, showing their support to ending children's cancer.
CureSearch was on hand, passing out information and encouraging players to help give every child the chance to play kickball. CureSearch also announced that a charity kickball game will be held in New Orleans on November 10 before Kickball365's Circuit Cup Championship.
Also on hand, was the Gniadek family of Montgomery County Maryland. 5-year-old Evan Gniadek is a childhood cancer survivor. In 2008, Evan was diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma. Now cancer free, Evan is enjoying the life of a five year old. During treatment he was enrolled in a Children's Oncology Group clinical trial at Children's National Medical Center in Washington, DC. Funds raised through CureSearch help support trials like these. Evan was presented with the game ball after he threw out the opening pitch for the final four game.
To learn more about Kickball365's The Circuit and how you can get involved visit www.ThisIsKickball.com.
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