Yes, “kids” get cancer, but more specifically… these kids. The stories, faces, heartbreak and victory’s of the kids we’ve been honored to feature during the annual @eaticecreamday event.Tweet
Childhood cancer is deeply personal and we want our awareness to be deeply personal as well.
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 Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast day since 2013. 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.
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 when you Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast on February 18th.
Click below to learn more about their stories and see their beautiful faces.
Meet the featured kids for our annual Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day for pediatric cancer awareness: Harper (Australia), Arwen (Canada) and Lox (New Zealand)!
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.
Meet the featured kids and adults for February 18, 2018’s Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day: Laney, Audrey, Dylan, Bella, and Kaitlyn.
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.
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.
Meet the featured childhood cancer kids for 2015’s Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day: Olivia, Yuval, Katie, Ashley, Leah, Sophia, and Nathan.