Kids Cancer Foundation Receives Donation From Monster Truck Event

The Kids Cancer Foundation accepts a donation from the Made of Steel Monster Truck Show.

The Kids Cancer Foundation in Royal Palm Beach recently accepted a generous donation from the sixth annual Made of Steel Monster Truck Show. This is the third party fundraiser event hosted by Jeremy Caruthers. Last year, the charity raffle proceeds went to childhood cancer warrior, Anthony.

Anthony was a courageous young boy who bravely battled cancer and endured more in his brief life than any one person should. Despite all the hardship he faced during his battle with cancer, Anthony never gave up hope and showed all those who were fortunate enough to know him the true meaning of courage. He truly was a warrior, and the Kids Cancer Foundation is honored to have received this donation in his memory.

Anthony’s family recommended the Kids Cancer Foundation to Caruthers, and the foundation is so appreciative of the funds generated by this event to help other families in the community who are facing the battle against childhood cancer. The Kids Cancer Foundation’s mission is to help make their journey a little easier.

The Kids Cancer Foundation is a nonprofit charity founded in 2001 with a mission to provide hope and support to local children and families battling childhood cancer and/or blood disorders. Learn more at