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Participant 590722

Trisha Kielty
is Helping to Cure Childhood Cancers

Every 2 minutes a child is diagnosed with cancer. Help me fund the research that will save their lives!

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Event Date
Apr 13, 2013
9:30 am
Edwardsville Fire Department
Edwardsville Fire Department
410 North Main Street
Edwardsville, IL US
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Your donations fund lifesaving children’s cancer research

$975 raised
$1,000 goal


To help kids fighting cancer, I'm a volunteer with the St. Baldrick's Foundation. Please support me!

With head-shaving and other fundraising events, this volunteer-driven charity funds more in childhood cancer research grants than any organization except the U.S. government.

Your gift will give hope to infants, children, teens and young adults fighting childhood cancers. So when I ask for your support, I'm really asking you to support these kids and my own. Thank you!

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St. Baldrick's Kids

Ruby H.
  • Age 9
  • DesMoines, IA US
  • Neuroblastoma
  • In remission
Destiny R.
  • Chicago, IL US
  • Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)
  • Passed away
Lily B.
  • Age 8
  • Fremont, WI US
  • Neuroblastoma
  • In treatment
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Donor List

  • $250 - $499

    Capt. Noelle R Erber MD In Honor Of Miss Cara KickingCancer'sAss K.

  • $100 - $249

    Beth & Eric Rickmann

  • Mr. Blake M Kuppersmith

  • The Cherry Family

  • $1 - $99

    Judith A Aronson In Honor Of Miss Cara Kielty

  • Shahna Magee

  • Anonymous In Honor Of Cara Kielty

  • Amy McGarr

  • Mrs. Donya Hengehold

  • Jenny Jeffries In Honor Of Cara Kielty

  • The Siron Family In Honor Of Cara Kielty

  • Mrs. Mily Dodson In Honor Of Cara Kielty

  • The Bauer family

  • G. Todd and Kristin McFarland

  • Brad and Lydia Sommer

Thank you to our National Partner

Funding lifesaving childhood cancer research has never been more important. Make a donation & save lives.