Stories of courage


Joshua, 17, just graduated high school and has been battling soft tissue sarcoma since the winter of 2015. He has kept a positive during the whole process.

Joshua's story

Becca Boo

Rebecca, known as “Becca Boo” by her friends and family, was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Becca says she is “allergic to cancer” and is fundraising for Tackle Kids Cancer by collecting pennies.

Rebecca's story


7-year-old Matthew has been battling leukemia. He feels people should support Tackle Kids Cancer and help “kick cancer’s butt.”

Matthew's story

Learn how you can Support Tackle Kids Cancer. Donate, participate in an event, or volunteer. Help us create a brighter future for our pediatric cancer patients.


There are many ways for you to join the Tackle Kids Cancer team and making a donation including Direct Donations, Memorial and Tribute Gifts, Planned Gifts, Matching Gifts, and more.


Supporters can give their time and efforts to raise money for Tackle Kids Cancer any way they like. Opportunities are endless, start your own fundraising team, bake sale, car wash or even a gala.




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In the News

Liberty players visit MVPs

May 19, 2017

To kick off the Liberty season, players volunteered with various charities on May 10th to give back to their communities. We were very excited that Liberty players, Rebecca Allen and Nayo Raincock-Ekunwe visited…

Eli wins at football and philanthropy

May 15, 2017

NY Giants quarterback Eli Manning matches community fundraising efforts up to $100,000 for Tackle Kids Cancer. “Eli’s Challenge,” and community efforts raised $250,000 for Hackensack UMC Children’s Cancer Center. Read More here…

Boy With Cancer in Groundbreaking Program in NJ

May 11, 2017

A 4-year-old boy fighting stage 4 cancer is taking part in a groundbreaking program at Hackensack University Medical Center, but the program is threatened by federal budget cuts. Watch Here…

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