The Canines-N-Kids Foundation is working to put an end to the cancers children and our canine best friends BOTH develop - devastating cancers including bone and brain cancer, lymphoma and leukemia.
Join us and help "CRUSH CANCER AT BOTH ENDS OF THE LEASH"!
Make a difference this holiday season and bring joy and hope to our most vulnerable cancer patients - two and four-legged! Remember at CnK, every gift - big or small - can save two lives....#GivingOnceSavesTwice
Bring comfort and a smile to kids entering cancer treatment! Your $30 donation brings a beautiful children's book, "We'll Get Through This Together" & cuddly stuffed lab to get kids through the scary, sometimes lonely treatment journey. Book also available separately for purchase in the CnK Store, and via Amazon as a physical and e-book.
CnK's #DogBowlChallenge has officially been launched - grab a can of whipped cream, tow clean (dog) bowls and your pup and accept! Lick clean your bowls side by side, challenge 3 others to accept or donate to CnK - all to raise awareness of cancers kids & pups both develop and fund research! Ready, get set - GET MESSY! and have fun! ALl of the key info is here!
Introducing the CnK #CrushCancer mask! This small act is a huge support and helps to create awareness of our organization and our mission. These comfortable, quality masks are made of t3 layers . Purchase yours for $14.99 (including tax, shipping and handling)], at the CNK store (click photo)
Scout, beloved Super Bowl ad star and canine ambassador for WeatherTech, sadly has crossed the Rainbow Bridge after a brave and public battle against cancer. Scout will be dearly missed, but his legacy will live on in our resolve to fight on. Read more of his touching Tribute
We are honored that New England's iconic retailer The Black Dog company has named one of its "Bestie Collection" Dog toys to raise funds for CnK's mission! These adorable durable Huggle Hounds are available only on the Black Dog website! Get yours today!
More than 1200 pediatric & veterinary oncologists, scientists and representatives from industry worldwide attended the 2nd Paws for a Cure Research Symposium virtually (Sept 29-30th) The Symposium brought together the world's leaders in pediatric and veterinary oncology, industry, translational science and cancer foundations (human and animal health) tp discuss the state of the art science and approaches to accelerate cancer drug development in those shared between children and man's best friend. Dr. Peter Adamson, MD (Sanofi and former COG Chair) keynoted this unique event. Content can be viewed through September 2021 here: https://bit.ly/37wnN5d . Thank you to our partners at Merck, Labroots, and out Title Sponsors Petco Foundation in partnership with Blue Buffalo Foundation. Stay tuned as we plan for our 3rd meeting, targeted for late 2021! www.pawsforacuresymposium.com
Grab two clean dog bowls, a can of whipped cream and your favorite canine friend and take part in something worthwhile and fun: the Canines-N-Kids Foundation’s #DogBowlChallenge to help #LickCancer!
With the end of the year and Christmas holidays quickly approaching, The Canines-N-Kids Foundation (CNK) has launched our Holiday Giving Campaign. Our goal this year is to raise $15,000 through this campaign, to fund comparative research of cancers that affect canines and children similarly, including bone and brain cancers, lymphoma and leukemia.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (known as Virginia Tech) - located in Blacksburg, Virginia - recently opened a 139,000 square foot addition to the Fralin Biomedical Research Institute at the Virginia Tech Carilion Medical School (VTC) in Roanoke. The campus is “dedicated to biomedical research and training the next generation of leading biomedical scientists, while facilitating discovery-based medical education,” according to a November 12 article in the Roanoke Star.
Canines-N-Kids Foundation is a recognized 501c3 public charity. Our Federal Tax ID is 81-2768684
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