News about Cops For Kids With Cancer

Everett Police Officers are Answering a Call

BOSTON (CBS) — A couple of Everett police officers are answering a call to help one of their own. “I feel honored and humbled, very grateful,” said Officer Dennis O’Donnell. Doctors diagnosed his 10-year old daughter, Ella, with brain cancer. Eleven months later in...

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Shout Out to the Kindergarten class of St. Theresa’s School

We would like to give a SHOUT OUT to the Kindergarten class of St. Theresa’s School in West Roxbury for their toy collection and donation of $450 to help kids with cancer! Thank you so much for your generosity.   About St. Theresa of Avila School Mission Statement:...

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Shout Out to Mass State Police, Bourne

During a visit to the cape on Friday, February 17, 2017, the Cops For Kids With Cancer crew went to the State Police Barracks in Bourne. Here the State Police presented CFKWC with a donation of $6,000. In photo left to right: CFKWC Chairman Emeritus Bob Faherty,...

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Shout Out to Gardner Police and their beards

While out and about on February 16, 2017, Cops For Kids With Cancer went to the Gardner Police Department were we received a $5,000 donation from the Gardner PD. They participated in "No Shave November" to raise the money for CFKWC. In photo left to right: Officer...

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Shout Out For Fall River PD

SHOUT OUT - to Fall River Police Department and Detective Brian Cordeiro, who hosted a Fundraiser to benefit Cops For Kids With Cancer, back in October 2016. The Fall River Police Department has donated $5,000 to our great charity. We thank them for their generosity...

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Mamma Mia’s helps raise dough

MARSHFIELD, Mass. - The Marshfield Police Department and Massachusetts State Police teamed up with the owners of Mamma Mia's and Carmela's to be heroes to families who have children with cancer. A fundraiser at the Marshfield Mamma Mia's on Nov. 17, as well as 10...

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Police Officers Help Kids Fight Cancer

YORK, Maine -- Giving to those in need can make even a stormy day a bit brighter. One family was all smiles in York on Thursday after receiving some help from police officers. The parents of 22-month-old Makayla and 10-month-old Kloey are fighting retinoblastoma, a...

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Police Donate to Family of Girl Battling Cancer

FRAMINGHAM - It's never easy when a family member has cancer - doubly so if it is a child. Even with health insurance, the costs of treatment and care add up - hospital parking, coffees on the go, co-pays and more. To make things a little easier, the Massachusetts...

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