News about Cops For Kids With Cancer

Marshfield Police raise $75,000 for Cops for Kids with Cancer

Last year, Marshfield Police Department set a record with their Cops for Kids with Cancer fundraiser, raising $37,000, but it turns out they were just getting started. This year’s event, held Thursday, Nov. 15 at Haddad’s Ocean Café, doubled that total, raising over...

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Marlborough Police Department supports Cops for Kids with Cancer

Marlborough – Razors remain idle this month at the Marlborough Police Department (MPD) as the force teams up for “No Shave November,” to raise money for the local charity, Cops for Kids with Cancer.  Officers participating are free to let their beards grow through...

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Scituate police stop shaving to support Cops for Kids with Cancer

If Scituate police officers look a bit more hairy than usual it is because the department is participating in No Shave November, a fundraiser where officers refrain from shaving until the end of the month. “We’ve been doing this for the past couple of years,” said Lt....

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Nahant Cops Growing Beards For A Cause

NAHANT — Nahant cops are ditching the clippers for a good cause. Officers have chosen to pledge money toward Cops for Kids With Cancer, a nonprofit that benefits families of children battling the disease, in exchange for beard-growing rights for the second year in a...

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Troopers raise $15K for families of children battling cancer

SCITUATE, R.I. (WPRI) — Financial strain is one of the many challenges faced by families with children diagnosed with cancer, and Rhode Island State Police on Thursday continued their quest to help local families handle that burden. This past April, eight state...

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Chelsea Police, Cops for Kids with Cancer Assist Local Family

Cops For Kids With Cancer collaborated with the Chelsea Police Department collaborated to present a donation to a local family during a ceremony at the station. Through a translation by Chelsea Police Officer Sammy Mojica, Sandra Ingles said her family was “very...

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Charlotte’s Lemonade Stand to Support CFKWC

Here is a little back story written by her father. Last year when my daughter Charlotte Wilcox was 7-years old she asked me if I would help her with a lemonade stand to buy a toy. We saw a commercial about Kids with Cancer and she said she wanted to give them the...

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