News about Cops For Kids With Cancer
Andover High School freshman Kevin Kang, 15, and his family met with police as part of Cops With Kids For Cancer.
Chief Patrick Keefe and nearly two dozen members of the Andover Police Department welcomed an Andover teenager and his family to the police station yesterday, where they were presented with a donation to help in the teen's fight against cancer. On Wednesday, Aug. 21,...read more
Cops for Kids with Cancer gives donation to couple whose 1-year-old daughter was born with a rare form of a childhood cancer.
TAUNTON — The Taunton Police Department has once again partnered with the nonprofit Cops for Kids with Cancer to provide a donation to a local couple whose 1-year-old daughter was born with a rare form of a childhood cancer. Taunton residents Alicia and Eliseo Ramus...read more
Tom Grenham of CFKWC, went to the Brockton Police Department, to make a donation to 9-month-old Alannah Waldorf and her parents, Jennifer & Quentin. We would like to give a special Shout Out! to Officers Matt Graham and Caroline Devi who are part of our CFKWC Marathon...read more
Wilmington girls sell lemonade to benefit local charityRead more: http://www.lowellsun.com/local/ci_32738927/tasty-summer-tradition-used-help-good-cause#ixzz5uQykknceWILMINGTON —When five local girls donated their lemonade stand money to Cops for Kids with Cancer,...read more
On 7-15-2019, at the Falmouth Police Department. Mass. State Police Sergeant John Kotfila gave Cops For Kids with Cancer a donation of $10,000.00 from the Bourne State Police Barracks. In photo. Bob Faherty, Sgt. John Kotfila, Bill Coulter and Falmouth Chief Ed...read more
GLOUCESTER — You can meet horses, divers, and possibly helicopters this Saturday when local first responders get together for Cops for Kids with Cancer. Local and state police, the U.S. Coast Guard, Boston MedFlight, and the American Red Cross will be just some of the...read more
"All of us at CFKWC would like to Congratulate Danny Sheehan, he will be sworn in TODAY as a Marshfield Police Officer at the Marshfield Police Department, 3:30 pm. Anyone who has met him knows, that his personality is electrifying and his laughter is contagious."...read more
BANGOR, Maine (WABI) - A young boy took a tour of the Bangor Police Department today, his family was then presented with five thousand dollars. 8-year-old Chandler Grey from Enfield has cancer. Bangor Police hosted him today. The money comes from "Cops for Kids With...read more
REVERE, Mass. - A group of police officers traveled to Revere on Thursday to show their support for a young boy who’s battling leukemia. Cops for Kids with Cancer gave six-year-old Cristopher Chavarria and his family a $5,000 check to help ease the financial burden of...read more