Cannon to be featured in speech by Dick Vitale during the 10th annual Jimmy V Week for Cancer Research

ESPN announced details for the 10th annual Jimmy V Week for Cancer Research, to be held November 30 through December 9 across ESPN platforms. Programming highlights include sharing survivors' stories and breakthroughs in cancer research. We are excited to tell you that Dick Vitale will highlight Cannon and share his story during Mr. Vitale's taped speech, which will air on Tuesday evening, December 6th, during halftime of the second game between Duke and Florida on ESPN.  The game begins at 9:30 pm EST. We hope you have an opportunity to tune in! Thank you, Mr. Vitale and the Jimmy V Foundation, for sharing Cannon's story and for your genuine interest. We are so thankful for your support and for all of your incredible work to raise awareness and funds for cancer research!

Recent CKc Spirit Event Raises Money for Pediatric Cancer Research

CKc would like to thank The Soda Fountain in College Park, FL, for hosting our first spirit event! Thank you, also, to everyone who came out and supported us by making a purchase to help raise funds for pediatric cancer research! Check out the news coverage of the event in the College Park Community Paper!

Interview with Michael and Melissa featured in College Park Community Paper

CKc co-founders, Michael and Melissa Wiggins

CKc co-founders, Michael and Melissa Wiggins

The new June edition of the College Park Community Paper featured a wonderful article about the passion that drives CKc and the success of our recent inaugural Gold Gala. Thank you, Martina and the College Park Community Paper, for this fantastic article! We greatly appreciate the support of our hometown newspaper!! Read the article by clicking on the link below:

http://www.community-paper.com/2016/05/25/couples-fight-for-the-lives-of-children-exceeds-fundraising-goals/

Cannonball Kids cancer Presents $100,000 Research Grant for "First-In-Children" Immunotherapy Clinical Trial

Georgia Regents University (GRU) in Augusta, Ga., highlights news about CKc's first research grant to help fund a pediatric immunotherapy clinical trial at the GRU Cancer Center. The trial, led by Dr. Theodore Johnson, is the first immunotherapy trial focused on pediatric brain cancer. Click on the link to read the full article.

Madison County, Ala., High School Hosts CKc Fundraiser

WHNT News in Madison County, Alabama, reports the Sparkman Senators faced the Bob Jones Patriots in mid-April. But it was not any ordinary soccer match.

While on the field there was a rivalry, on the sidelines there was a common cause.  Sparkman High School hosted “Kicking 4 the Cure” – an event aimed at raising awareness and funds for pediatric cancer research.

Check out what these kids did to raise money and awareness in their hometown. Thank you Sparkman High School and WHNT.

http://whnt.com/2015/04/14/kicking-4-the-cure-event-raises-funds-awareness-for-pediatric-cancer-research/

Cannonball Kids' cancer Card Club featured on News 13

Melissa Wiggins recently had the opportunity to sit down with Central Florida News 13 anchor Ybeth Bruzual to discuss the good Cannonball Kids' cancer Card Club can do by creating smiles while raising money for pediatric cancer research. Thank you, Ybeth and News 13, for helping us spread the word! Find out how you can help by watching the link below.

http://www.mynews13.com/content/news/cfnews13/news/article.html/content/news/articles/cfn/2015/2/14/in_depth_cannonball_.html

Cannon Stars in TV Promo for Cannonball Kids cancer Card Club

Thank you, Brian Shields and WFTV, for featuring the Cannonball Kids cancer Card Club in a recent spot highlighting how families can help raise money for childhood cancer research and education while participating in a fun Valentine activity.

http://m.wftv.com/videos/news/cannonball-kids-cancer-card-club/vDDfmN/