Each year, the parents of approximately 15,700 parents will hear the words “your child has cancer.” Across all ages, ethnic groups and socio-economics, this disease remains the number one cause of death by disease in children. Despite major advances – from an overall survival rate of 10 percent just fifty years ago to nearly 90 percent today, for many rare cancers, the survival rate is much lower. Furthermore, the number of diagnosed cases annually has not declined in nearly 20 years.
Warrior Kids We work with members in your community and make a difference in families fighting childhood cancer
Kane The Cancer Slayer will be back in the #5. in 2018 in the Pure Stock the open wheel modified. He will run for the championship at Flomaton Speedway, and also race at the newly opened Tri-County Speedway. See the current schedule here.
Kane's Warrior Kids has teamed up with several great organizations for childhood cancer fund raisers. See where you can help support our kids next......
2018 Race Schedule
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We had an amazing trip to the USA Women's and Children's Hospital in December blessing the kids who couldn't be home for Christmas. Just one of the many area's your donations help kids fighting cancer along the Gulf Coast.
Locally, and nationally, Kane's Warrior Kids is a vocal advocate for Childhood Cancer causes. We've been featured in national publications for our work with our "Warrior Kids".
Kane's Warrior Kids had an amazing two days at the to the USA Women's and Children's Hospital. First for our annual Easter Basket drop off where we were able to deliver over 200 Easter baskets thanks to your help!! Then straight off the race track with the Rusty Wallace Racing Experience Kane was the emcee for, and got his head shaved for St Baldricks. This year was our first year we raised over $25,000 for local kids fighting cancer!! How can you help? Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (251)-545-6053.
We are currently looking for used trophies to refurbish to give to the kids in the hospital.