Our Celebrity Supporters
Our commitment to funding the best, most innovative research has caught the attention of many celebrities, all of whom are active supporters of Curing Kids Cancer.
Closing pitcher for the Boston Red Sox
Craig Kimbrel, the All-Star closing pitcher for the Boston Red Sox, is Chairman of Players Curing Kids Cancer. Craig donates $100 for every save and $25 for every strikeout to Curing Kids Cancer. That has added up to more than $35,000 so far. Support Craig by donating to Curing Kids Cancer in his honor.
Nationally acclaimed college sports commentator on ESPN's College Game Day and Honorary chairman of Coaches Curing Kids Cancer
Lee speaks passionately about the need for funding childhood cancer during his regular appearances for the charity, including the annual Curing Kids Cancer Golf Classic, Presented by AT&T.
Dana Mecum is president of the Mecum Auction Company, the world leader of collector car, vintage and antique motorcycle, and road art sales. The “Dealmaker” Dana Mecum hosts auctions throughout the United States. The company has been specializing in the sale of collector cars for 27 years, offering more than 15,000 vehicles per year. Mecum Auctions has raised more than $2 million for Curing Kids Cancer.
An award-winning sports writer and broadcaster, Tony Barnhart is known as “Mr. College Football.” He is host of The Tony Barnhart Show on CBS Sports Network and is a contributor to College Football Today on CBS. His radio credits include The Southern Football Kickoff Show on 790 The Zone during the college football season. Tony has written five books dealing with football and his beloved alma mater, the University of Georgia.
Georgia native Zach Seabaugh is proud to support Curing Kids Cancer. He joined the Curing Kids Cancer family of supporters in the summer of 2016 after learning about the charity which is based in his hometown of Marietta. In 2015, Zach placed 5th on NBC's 'The Voice' and used that momentum to launch his country music career. He recently released his first self-titled EP, which entered the iTunes Country Album Chart at #3, and Billboard’s Country Music Chart at #25.