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2017 Love Beer. Hate Cancer.

Team Fundraising Goal: $10,000.00

Total Number of Gifts: 94
Total Value of Gifts: $9,010.00

Recent Donors

Kristen Gillard


Andrew Burkhart


Dan Jaker

Ryan Boosinger

Katie White

Mary Westin

Exponent Kickball Squad


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Plain and simple, the "Love Beer. Hate Cancer." mission is to help cure childhood cancer. With your generosity our 2016 event raised more than $15,000...THANK YOU!!!

Our event is in memory of Katie Jurek, who lost her battle with cancer at age 20. Help eradicate childhood cancer with a modest donation OR show up on Saturday, May 6, 2017 to support our 8th annual event!

Katie was always the life of the party so it made sense to have a shindig in her honor. We hope this effort will benefit other children and families suffering from the effects of childhood cancer.

The Champions for Childhood Cancer Research program is a tool for families to use when friends, family members and coworkers ask “what can we do to help?” It’s a place for families to celebrate and honor the milestones of children who survive their cancer battles, as well as a place to remember those special children who did not survive.

Children’s Cancer Research Fund knows that a family that experiences the diagnosis of cancer or a genetic disease related to cancer needs a lot of support throughout the journey. The one thing they want the most though is a cure for their child and for any child whose family hears that devastating and frightening diagnosis.

Children’s Cancer Research Fund shares that focused goal — to eradicate childhood cancer. We are a national non-profit investing in a leader in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and cure of childhood cancer, the University of Minnesota Masonic Cancer Center. Together, we are accelerating the pace of discoveries — from research lab to patient care — that are revolutionizing the way childhood cancer is treated worldwide. Children’s Cancer Research Fund also educates the public about childhood cancer and supports quality-of-life programs for pediatric cancer patients and their families as they undergo their cancer treatment.

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