- Pinky Swear supports children with a cancer diagnosis in active treatment for cancer only
- Meeting the criteria of this application does not guarantee approval
- Applications are due on the last day of the month
- Example: If you apply in January, your request will be reviewed in February
- The primary contact and social worker listed will be notified by email
- Grants that are approved will be dispersed the last week of each month
- Only one bill is allowed per application, and one application is allowed per month
Charlotte, NC (January 11, 2018)—The third annual Pinky Swear Orange and Blue Gala will be held on Saturday, February 3, 2018 from 6:30-11:00 pm at the beautiful Trump National Golf Club situated on the shores of Lake Norman in Mooresville, North Carolina. The evening’s program will feature local All-Stars – kids with cancer – and their families who have been supported by Pinky Swear.
Pinky Swear Foundation – Small but mighty
A team of 12 employees at Pinky Swear Foundation are working hard to keep a promise of helping kids with cancer and their families with financial and emotional support.
Six family-focused events in Midwest communities raise money to support those in need
WEST DES MOINES, Iowa (Oct. 11, 2017) — Hy-Vee, Inc., in partnership with Pinky Swear Foundation, a national charitable organization that supports children with cancer and their families, announced today that its summer events have raised more than $882,000 from 4,331 participants to support the organization’s critical mission.
MINNEAPOLIS - The Hy-Vee Pinky Swear Kids Triathlon is returning for its 14th year next Saturday at Lake Nokomis.
Participants have already raised tens of thousands of dollars so far.
Some of the top young fundraisers -- Ariana, Gabi and Michael Feygin -- stopped by the KARE 11 studios to talk about their participation. They say the best part of doing it is "getting to help other kids."
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DAVENPORT, IA. (KWQC) - Today runners went out to make a difference.
The Pinky Swear Foundation and Hy-Vee partnered together to run a 5K and fun run to help raise money and awareness for children with cancer.
The Pinky Swear Foundation's executive director, Erica Campbell lost her mother to breast cancer and hopes to help other families with any medical costs they face.
By Sean Leary firstname.lastname@example.org
On a gray day in Minneapolis in 2003, Steve and Becky Chepokas suffered the devastating loss of their son, Mitch, to cancer. From that barren ground of grief, a charitable organization and thriving altruistic event has bloomed – the Pinky Swear Foundation and its road race for children.
Sunday morning, on a bright, muggy day along the Mississippi River, more than 500 area runners took part in the third annual Hy-Vee Pinky Swear 5K and Fun Run at Davenport’s Centennial Park.