Kids Cancer Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity, founded in 2001 whose mission is to provide hope and support to local children and families battling childhood cancer and/or blood disorders. We accomplish this by providing compassionate, easily accessible, supportive care services.
The Kids Cancer Foundation provides hope and support to our young patients and their families. When a child is diagnosed with cancer their childhood days quickly change to be filled with chemo and endless doctor and hospital visits. Life not only changes for the child but for the entire family.
Doctors and Nurses work hard to cure the cancer but families need more than just medical help to get through this stressful and fearful time in their lives. This is where Kids Cancer Foundation steps in to fill this void.
Uncle Gary’s Rock & Rib Fest to benefit Kids Cancer Foundation
Great Food, Music & Family Fun!
Bring your lawn chairs, blankets sunblock…and kids!!!
Live Music all day from:
Juna & Joey
True Rumours “The Definitive Fleetwood Mac Show”
- BBQ: featuring “Uncle Gary’s Ribs”, chicken, pork tenderloin, hamburgers, various sides, deserts & cold beverages.
- Kids Fun Zone
- Raffles – 2017 Ribfest Raffle Infomation
103.1 WIRK Street Team Broadcasting Live
For more information go to: www.UncleGarysRockAndRibFest.com
Nic Roldan – Kids Cancer Foundation Ambassador
Fueled by intensity, passion and raw talent, Nic Roldan has become one of the top professional polo players in the world today and holds many of the highest accolades prized by the adrenaline-charged sport.
Born in Buenos Aires and raised in the U.S. and Brunei, the fourth generation polo player remembers swinging a polo mallet by age four. Nic captured his first major win – the coveted U.S. Open Polo Championship™ in 1998 with team Escue shortly after reaching professional status at age 14.
Amy Speck-Kern – Kids Cancer Foundation Ambassador
For Amy Speck-Kern, dressage is a passion that gave her the inspiration to overcome childhood cancer. This passion, combined with cutting edge treatment protocols and the support of her family, friends, and outreach groups, allowed her to defeat Acute Myleoid Leukemia (AML) and pursue her dream of a successful FEI dressage career.
“I know that I’m here because of the research,” said Speck-Kern. “The disease and course of treatment inspired me to pursue my passion, and find a way to give back to the cause that has made it possible.” Her passion can be found in the saddle, astride thousand-pound dressage horses she teaches to move and dance in tandem with their riders. Now a professional FEI dressage trainer in Loxahatchee, Florida, she rides, trains, shows, and competes on Wellington’s prestigious international show circuit. After learning from and working with some of the best trainers in the industry, Amy founded Excel Dressage and, leading into the 2016 show season, has begun the process of giving back to childhood cancer research.
Photo credit: SusanJStickle.com