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New Partnership with Pinky Swear Foundation Will Raise $1 Million for Families Affected by Pediatric Cancer

PERHAM, MINNESOTA (September 27, 2016) – KLN Family Brands announces a strategic partnership with Pinky Swear Foundation that will raise $1 million over five years to provide immediate needs support to families impacted by pediatric cancer. The funds contributed will consist of donations supported by their family of brands, including Wiley Wallaby Gourmet Liquorice and NutriSource Pet Foods.

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Pinky Swear Foundation would not be the organization we are today without the support of our amazing partners. See our wonderful partners below and contact us if you would like more information about corporate partnership!

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Since 2003, the Pinky Swear Foundation has given financial and material support to children with cancer and their families. The foundation helps provide the quality of life that every child deserves.

In 2002, 8-1/2-year-old Mitch Chepokas of Chanhassen, Minnesota, was diagnosed with bone cancer. Around Christmas that year, Mitch asked for his father’s help in distributing $6,000 from Mitch’s savings account to help other families with children battling cancer.

Kids Triathlon Raises Money for Pediatric Cancer Patients

DAVIDSON -- Dozens of children, some as young as 6-years-old, swam, biked and ran Saturday to help kids with cancer.

6-year-old Davis Overcash was one of those children and teens who participated in the Pinky Swear Foundation triathlon.

He said he couldn’t participate last year because he was battling liver cancer.

But this year he’s been in remission for a year, so he decided to participate.

Foundation Based on a Pinky Swear Allows Kids to Help Other Kids

CLIVE, Iowa – The founders of a Minnesota-based children's charity came to the metro to share the story of why they started the Pinky Swear Foundation.

Steven and Becky Chepokas spoke to about 100 people at the Healthy Living Center in Clive. The couple started the organization 13 years ago after their 9-year-old son died from stage four bone cancer.


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