**Childhood cancer families, APPLY to be a 2023 featured kid/family!**

Hello families,

We are a month out from Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day and would like to give your family a chance to have your child featured on February 18.

Featured kids and their families get:

  • A custom graphic, featuring your child’s photo.
  • A custom webpage, featuring your child’s story.
  • A chance to bring more awareness that childhood cancer is, how many children it effects and how we all need eachother.
  • If your child is resting, a chance to talk about them in a joyous child-centered way, and have them remembered by friends and family.
  • If your child is fighting, a chance to grow the support base arround you as you fight
  • If your child is celebrating, a chance to celebrate that they are on the other side of cancer, and bring hope to families still fighting.

All rights to photos & your child’s story remain yours and will be removed at your request anytime.

APPLY using the form below or here: https://form.jotform.com/200135618778156.

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2023 Featured Kids

Each year we feature kids who are fighting, celebrating, or resting. If you’d like your story or your child’s story to be featured, please complete the form below. All rights to photos & your child’s story remain yours and will be removed at your request anytime.

Examples of past featured kids – WebsiteFacebook & Instagram

 Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast will take place virtually on February 18.

**We can only accept submissions from parents or legal guardians if the child is under 18 or the individual sharing their own story if over 18 years old.

*Spaces will be limited to Ten (10) in 2023

2022 Featured Kids


Harper is Celebrating
Arwen is Resting
Lox is Fighting

If you would like your child to be a featured kid, APPLY here: https://form.jotform.com/200135618778156.

2020 Featured Kids and Adults

In 2015, a new tradition began of featuring childhood cancer kids and those who love them, in the “Featured Kids” section, we have now added adult survivors of childhood cancer as well.

If you don’t have a personal connection to childhood cancer, we encourage you to pick one of the featured kids or adults and eat “for” them. Childhood cancer is deeply personal to those who it has touched and we want our awareness to be deeply personal too. Yes, “kids” get cancer, but more specifically… these kids.

Watching their family’s stories evolve has been one of the joys and struggles of doing this year after year. Some of our featured kids have gone on to live full lives, some are still fighting and some have passed away since they were featured.

No matter what happened, the hope is they had more moments of joy because we joined their fight.

Meet the featured kids and adults for 2020’s Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day: Jacob, Reese, Eleanor, Daisy, Jake, Mia, Dylan, James, and Maddie.

Jacob is Resting

By eating #icecreamforbreakfast, I honor all children who have fought or who are fighting a battle with cancer, because #kidsgetcancertoo. Join me on Feb 18.⁠ Who are YOU eating for?

Reese is Celebrating

By eating #icecreamforbreakfast, I honor all children who have fought or who are fighting a battle with cancer, because #kidsgetcancertoo. Join me on Feb 18.⁠ Who are YOU eating for?

Eleanor is Fighting

By eating #icecreamforbreakfast, I honor all children who have fought or who are fighting a battle with cancer, because #kidsgetcancertoo. Join me on Feb 18.⁠ Who are YOU eating for?

Daisy is Fighting

By eating #icecreamforbreakfast, I honor all children who have fought or who are fighting a battle with cancer, because #kidsgetcancertoo. Join me on Feb 18.⁠ Who are YOU eating for?

Jake is Fighting

By eating #icecreamforbreakfast, I honor all children who have fought or who are fighting a battle with cancer, because #kidsgetcancertoo. Join me on Feb 18.⁠ Who are YOU eating for?

Mia is Fighting

By eating #icecreamforbreakfast, I honor all children who have fought or who are fighting a battle with cancer, because #kidsgetcancertoo. Join me on Feb 18.⁠ Who are YOU eating for?

Dylan is Fighting

By eating #icecreamforbreakfast, I honor all children who have fought or who are fighting a battle with cancer, because #kidsgetcancertoo. Join me on Feb 18.⁠ Who are YOU eating for?

James is Celebrating

By eating #icecreamforbreakfast, I honor all children who have fought or who are fighting a battle with cancer, because #kidsgetcancertoo. Join me on Feb 18.⁠ Who are YOU eating for?

Maddie is Celebrating

By eating #icecreamforbreakfast, I honor all children who have fought or who are fighting a battle with cancer, because #kidsgetcancertoo. Join me on Feb 18.⁠ Who are YOU eating for?

2018 Featured Kids

If you don’t have a personal connection to childhood cancer, we encourage you to pick one of the featured kids or adults and eat “for” them. Childhood cancer is deeply personal to those who it has touched and we want our awareness to be deeply personal too. Yes, “kids” get cancer, but more specifically… these kids.

Meet the featured kids and adults for February 18, 2018’s Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day: Laney, Audrey, Dylan, Bella, and Kaitlyn.

By eating #icecreamforbreakfast, I honor all children who have fought or who are fighting a battle with cancer, because #kidsgetcancertoo. Join me on Feb 18.⁠ Who are YOU eating for?

Laney
Laney is Resting
Audrey
Audrey is Celebrating
Dylan2
Dylan is Resting
Bella2
Bella is Fighting
Katilyn
Kaitlyn is Celebrating

By eating #icecreamforbreakfast, I honor all children who have fought or who are fighting a battle with cancer, because #kidsgetcancertoo. Join me on Feb 18.⁠ Who are YOU eating for?

2017 Featured Kids

If you don’t have a personal connection to childhood cancer, we encourage you to pick one of the featured kids or adults and eat “for” them. Childhood cancer is deeply personal to those who it has touched and we want our awareness to be deeply personal too. Yes, “kids” get cancer, but more specifically… these kids.

Meet the featured childhood cancer kids for 2017’s Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day: Hope, Josiah, Dominick, Aaron, Abby, Alex, Karli, Trenton, and Adrian.

By eating #icecreamforbreakfast, I honor all children who have fought or who are fighting a battle with cancer, because #kidsgetcancertoo. Join me on Feb 18.⁠ Who are YOU eating for?

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Hope is Resting
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Josiah is Celebrating
dominick-fl
Dominick is Resting

 

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Aaron & Abby are Celebrating
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Alex is Celebrating
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Karli is Celebrating
trenton
Trenton is Celebrating
adrian
Adrian is Resting

By eating #icecreamforbreakfast, I honor all children who have fought or who are fighting a battle with cancer, because #kidsgetcancertoo. Join me on Feb 18.⁠ Who are YOU eating for?

2016 Featured Kids

By eating #icecreamforbreakfast, I honor all children who have fought or who are fighting a battle with cancer, because #kidsgetcancertoo. Join me on Feb 18.⁠ Who are YOU eating for?

If you don’t have a personal connection to childhood cancer, we encourage you to pick one of the featured kids or adults and eat “for” them. Childhood cancer is deeply personal to those who it has touched and we want our awareness to be deeply personal too. Yes, “kids” get cancer, but more specifically… these kids.

Meet the featured kids for February 18, 2016 Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day: Addy Jo, Tanner, Asher, London, Cole, Simone, Kaine, BeeJay, and Taylor Grace.

Addy Jo is Fighting
Addy Jo is Resting
Tanner is Resting
Tanner is Resting
Asher is Celebrating
Asher is Celebrating
London
London is Fighting
Cole is Resting
Cole is Resting
Simone is Resting
Simone is Resting
Kaine
Kaine is Resting
BeeJaye
BeeJay is Resting
Taylor Grace - 2
Taylor Grace is Resting

By eating #icecreamforbreakfast, I honor all children who have fought or who are fighting a battle with cancer, because #kidsgetcancertoo. Join me on Feb 18.⁠ Who are YOU eating for?

2015 Featured Kids

If you don’t have a personal connection to childhood cancer, we encourage you to pick one of the featured kids or adults and eat “for” them. Childhood cancer is deeply personal to those who it has touched and we want our awareness to be deeply personal too. Yes, “kids” get cancer, but more specifically… these kids.

Meet the featured childhood cancer kids for 2015’s Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day: Olivia, Yuval, Katie, Ashley, Leah, Sophia, and Nathan.

By eating #icecreamforbreakfast, I honor all children who have fought or who are fighting a battle with cancer, because #kidsgetcancertoo. Join me on Feb 18.⁠ Who are YOU eating for?

Each year we feature kids who are fighting, celebrating or resting.  Here our our 2015 featured kids:

Eat Ice Cream For Breakfast Day
Olivia is Celebrating
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Yuval is Celebrating
Katie2

Katie is Resting

Ashley1
Ashley is Resting
Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day
Leah is Fighting
Sophia
Sophia is Resting
Eat Ice Cream For Breakfast Day
Nathan is Celebrating

By eating #icecreamforbreakfast, I honor all children who have fought or who are fighting a battle with cancer, because #kidsgetcancertoo. Join me on Feb 18.⁠ Who are YOU eating for?