All-Star Kids

Kids with cancer demonstrate courage, patience, and resilience every day.

We call them All-Stars! Pinky Swear Foundation is committed to helping All-Stars and their families as they bravely battle cancer, by helping ease the financial and emotional impact during a very challenging time.



Hannah loves building forts, playing with her My Little Ponies, and hanging out with her brave big brother, Jacob.


Jaylee lived a life of normalcy, as any young girl should. She was always out spending time with her family of four, including...


Maddy, also known as ‘Mighty Maddy’, has a smile that will melt your heart. A beautiful and spirited girl, she loves dancing...


Danny, also known as “Downtown Danny V” by his peers, was a basketball standout in school. On top of being a healthy, strong...


Eleven-year-old Tristin was raised in a happy, loving, energetic family.


Kingston was a happy-go-lucky infant, and loved exploring everything that was around him, until he was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid...


Eight-year-old Paige was in second grade, and up to typical second grade adventures, while her older sister Mylinda was in fifth grade...


For the first half of 2014, Emily and Mike’s second son, Colt, had been complaining of his leg hurting when he woke up or when he was in...


On Sunday, February 1, 2015, 21-month-old Henry began running a fever. His mom and dad chalked it up to teething or maybe the flu, but...


Brayden is the youngest of four children to Rob Monaco and his wife.


In August of 2011, 4-year-old Nevaeh suffered her first migraine headache.


Seventeen-year-old Koby was headed into his senior year of high school and was playing double headers every night of the week.


In the middle of his senior year of high school, Jamison started feeling excessively tired.


Sweet sixteen-month old Elliana’s parents were shocked when they found out what they thought was fluid in their daughter’s lungs from...


Fourteen-year-old Sanibel had been complaining about her throat feeling "off" for a few months. Her mom, Natasha, suspected it was...


When 4-year-old Brody was diagnosed with ALL in July of 2012, his family had to figure out their new normal.