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Join us for the 20th annual Yerrid Foundation NPCF Grand Slam Fishing Tournament!

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On behalf of the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation, it is our pleasure to invite you to the Grand Slam Fishing Tournament on October 13-15, 2017 at The Vinoy Renaissance St. Petersburg Resort. The Grand Slam Fishing Tournament is the premier fishing tournament on Florida’s West Coast.  This tournament features two full days of inshore fishing […]

SAVE THE DATE – Inaugural Richmond Fashion Funds the Cure Sept. 16!

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Fashion Funds the Cure is a celebration of incomparable strength and courage as girls and boys battling cancer make their debut on the runway. Modeling more than the latest Dillard’s fashions, these models showcase their inner and outer beauty. Rise up and join us for the inaugural #RichmondFashionFundstheCure on Sept. 16 at the Dillard’s in Short Pump […]

Grand Slam Sweepstakes- WIN AN EVINRUDE E-TEC G2 150 HP MOTOR!

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CLICK HERE TO ENTER TODAY! You have the opportunity to help fund lifesaving research for children battling cancer AND enter your name into a sweepstakes to win an Evinrude E-Tec G2 150 HP Motor! Click here to read the Official Rules.    

Tampa Bay Buccaneers raise $75,000 at 5th annual Cut for a Cure!

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have outdone themselves! They raised an amazing $75,000 for their 5th annual Cut for a Cure! Tampa Bay Buccaneers Director of Sales Deno, a cancer survivor, raised more than $20,000 by himself with donations collected from 165 people. Kirsten, Bucs video producer challenged the team to raise $75,000 saying she would […]

Enter NPCF’s 2017/2018 Art Contest!

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Your art could be featured in a nationally distributed calendar or coloring book! Click here to submit your artwork today. Guidelines: Contestant must be 18 years old or younger and impacted by pediatric cancer Drawing must be on white, unlined, horizontal, 8.5 x 11 in. paper. Artist may use crayons, markers or paint. Contestant must write […]