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Will you host a fundraiser with us as the beneficiary?  It is a fantastic way to get involved and make a huge impact for families in Kansas City whose children have cancer or other blood diseases.

 


Gift Card Drive – Help us provide every day support to 20 KC Metro families fighting childhood cancer. We need gift cards! All kinds and any value. From gas, groceries, and toiletries, to restaurants, entertainment, and more.

How It Works:
As we kick-off the holiday season, we ask our friends to assist with providing gift cards – or donations to purchase gift cards – for TNKCF families. Gifts of any amount will help and are deeply appreciated.
 
What Gift Cards Should I Get?
Basically, any place or service your family uses will help the parents of children with a critical illness handle the necessities of everyday life so they can be there for their children. Gift cards to provide meals for families leaving the hospital, groceries and other basic necessities.
 
How Can I Help?
There are two ways to donate:
2) Mail your gift card(s) or check, with “Gift Card Drive” written on the memo line, to TNKCF, PO Box 5, Liberty, MO 64069.
3) Use the “Donate” button to give via debit or credit card. You do NOT need a PayPal account to give.

Basic Needs Drive – TNK Children’s Foundation provides families with support during a time of uncertainty, worry and fear.  We do this by providing practical essentials to families whose children are receiving cancer treatment and follow up care. These parents drop everything and dedicate themselves to battle for their child’s life. A parent’s strength is critical to the care of the family and that’s where we come in!  Please see the basic needs drive flyer and host your own drive or contact us for places you can drop them off.  

Hugged & Kissed Fundraiser – Want to know more?  contact us.  It is super easy

Extra Change Drive – A great way to get children involved helping other children.  Contact us today to find out more

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