Five-year-old Killian Owen loved sports — especially baseball, basketball and swimming.
He enjoyed playing (and competing!) with his
On December 10, 1999, Killian was diagnosed with Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia. Despite the best efforts of those caring for Killian, and his own determination, the disease took his life on July 27, 2003.
He was nine.
in the U.S. are diagnosed with cancer
their lives to cancer each year.
That is the sad truth.
We are funding cutting-edge research that will lead to better treatments with fewer
harmful side effects.
We will find cures for childhood cancers in our lifetime.
To date, Curing Kids Cancer
has raised more than
to fund research that is helping
cure pediatric cancers.
You can help make an impact by giving a donation of any size.
CKC relies on the support of a dedicated and enthusiastic community of volunteers.
CKC fundraisers are a great way to raise dollars and awareness for finding cures.