Kicking for Kids Who Can’t (KFKWC)
Kicking for Kids Who Can’t is an annual event held by the Amputee Coalition on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. The proceeds raised for the event go to support its Paddy Rossbach Youth Camp program, which aims to send 100 children with limb loss between the ages of 10-17 to summer camp.
When is the 2014 Kicking for Kids Who Can’t event?
Saturday, October 18, 2014
10:00am – 12:00pm
The National Mall in Washington, D.C.
How can you help?
Anyone is invited to participate in this event to help raise awareness about children with limb loss, and to help support sending kids to camp. If you’re interested in attending the event, there is a registration fee of $20. The program includes speakers, dancers, soccer players, karate experts, and more, all of which are represented by amputees. Additionally, the program will provide children who are missing limbs -- and those who are not -- an opportunity to participate in a number of kicking events, including soccer, karate, kickball, and football!
Registration Page Coming Soon!
If you’re unable to attend the event, the Amputee Coalition greatly appreciates your support through donations. Every dollar raised goes to send children with limb loss or limb difference to the Paddy Rossbach youth camp. This year’s camp is being held on July 19-23 at Camp Joy in Clarksville, Ohio. The Coalition covers all expenses, including travel, for the campers. The average cost to send a child to camp is $1,800. Since its beginning in 2000, the camp has hosted more than 790 campers with limb loss or limb difference.
Support the Amputee Coalition's Paddy Rossbach Youth Camp
If you would like to support this incredible program and see to it that the camp will impact the lives of youth for years to come, you can make a tax-deductible donation today by visiting the KFKWC Crowdrise Fundraising page at www.crowdrise.com/kickingforkids.
To find out more about the youth camp, visit our Youth Camp page at amputee-coalition.org/events-programs/youth-camp/.