The Kids Cancer Foundation and Life.Church celebrated the start of their second year in partnership at a Kids Night Out event on Friday, Feb. 7. Life.Church volunteers supported families by giving them an evening of fun that included doing crafts, playing games, and spending time listening and laughing with them. As part of the celebration, the Kids Cancer Foundation accepted a $15,000 grant that will deepen the significant impact the foundation is making in the lives of kids and families facing childhood cancer.
“It’s incredibly inspiring to see the difference made by the Kids Cancer Foundation in the lives of these families who are facing the most difficult battle of their lives,” said Noel Forkey, associate LifeGroups/LifeMissions pastor at Life.Church Wellington. “The foundation leaders and volunteers are on the front lines fighting beside these families, and we’re honored to help them further their impact within this community.”
The Kids Cancer Foundation provides hope and support to local children and families battling cancer and/or a blood disorder. They work closely with healthcare teams in order to ensure the needs of the children and families they serve are met. For more info., visit www.kidscancersf.org.
Life.Church is a multi-site church that has been part of the Wellington community since 2007. Messages are led by Senior Pastor Craig Groeschel and are broadcast to more than 250 worship experiences each weekend at 34 physical locations in 10 states. Learn more at www.life.church.