December 14, 2017

Kids Cancer Foundation Selected to Participate in 2017 Great Charity Challenge

KCF Selected to Participate in Great Charity Challenge

The Kids Cancer has been blessed to have been drawn to participate in the Great Charity Challenge on Saturday, February 3rd 2018. Please SAVE the DATE to cheer on our Team! For more information about this event, click on graphic or go to: or

We have been selected - Great Charity Challenge 2017!

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December 2016 Newsletter

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December 2016 Kids Cancer Newsletter

In this issue
KCF’s Equestrian Ambassadors Celebrate Phenomenal November
Little Warrior Profile: Daniella Parra
Breakfast with Santa

November 2016 Newsletter

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November 2016 Kids Cancer Newsletter

In this issue
Annual Breakfast with Santa
Little Warrior Profile: Johnny Resnick
ChaseN’Tailz Fishing Tournament

Amy Speck-Kern – Kids Cancer 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.

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