$950,000 raised to support pediatric cancer research at Texas Children’s Cancer Center
Snowdrop Foundation presented a check to Texas Children’s Cancer Center for $120,000 at the 11th annual Cure Kid’s Cancer Radiothon. This donation brings the total funds donated by Snowdrop Foundation to $950,000 over the past 8.5 years.
“We are proud to support Texas Children’s Cancer Center. We are inspired by the children and their strength.” Kevin Kline, Snowdrop Foundation co-founder and president, said. “We acknowledge that none of this is possible without the unwavering support from our donors, sponsors and volunteers.”
Created in 2009, the Chelsey Coy Campbell Cure Children’s Cancer Research Grant has supported the work of Dr. Nino Rainusso at Texas Children’s Cancer Center. This year’s $120,000 donation allows Dr. Rainusso to continue his innovative research aimed at creating better treatment and protocols to cure and prevent pediatric cancer.
Snowdrop Foundation is an event based non-profit organization, one of the big fundraiser coming up in December is the ULTRA 55 Hour Race & Relay. Over 200 runners from across the US will toe the line in the 2nd Annual Snowdrop ULTRA 55 Hour Race & Relay. The ULTRA 55 Hour Race takes place in Sugar Land, Texas. Starts on Dec 30, 2014 at 7am and ends on Jan 1, 2015 at 2pm.
Through this charity-sporting event, thousands of dollars will be raised to provide college scholarships for childhood cancer patients and survivors as well as provide pediatric cancer research dollars. With your support, we can continue making great impacts in the lives of our children, allowing them to fulfill all of their potential and promise through a second chance at life.
About Snowdrop Foundation
Created to honor and memorialize Chelsey Campbell, a 16-year-old girl who lost her life to cancer, Snowdrop Foundation provides scholarships for college bound pediatric cancer patients and childhood cancer survivors while raising awareness and funding for continued research to cure childhood cancer. For more information, visit www.snowdropfoundation.org.
About Texas Children’s Cancer Center
As an international leader in pediatric cancer research and treatment, Texas Children’s Cancer Center is dedicated to providing novel therapies and family-centered care to children from infancy through young adulthood with cancer and blood disorders – from the most common to rare. The Texas Children’s Cancer Center is a joint program of Texas Children’s Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine and is the pediatric program of BCM’s NCI-designated Dan L. Duncan Cancer Center. Learn more at www.txch.org
Well known on the Houston radio scene, Kevin Kline is the president and co-founder of Snowdrop Foundation. Kline has been recognized by Runner’s World Magazine, GQ Magazine, and People Magazine. He has received awards from Children’s Miracle Network and was inducted into the Energizer Keep Going Hall of Fame 2012, Fort Bend Man of the Year 2013, Kline is the subject of the award winning documentary Dear Chelsey based on his run across Texas. www.dearchelsey.com firstname.lastname@example.org