Kids Cancer Foundation Hosts Annual Breakfast With Santa

FSU Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity presents a $12,000 check to the Kids Cancer Foundation. Shown with KCF volunteers are students JD Wiener, Carson Wiener, Jesse Hoffman, Joaquin Lopez, Brandon Marsh, Ajay Sasser and Teddy Miloch.

The Kids Cancer Foundation hosted its annual Breakfast with Santa event on Saturday, Dec. 11. For the first time, the local nonprofit held its biggest event of the year at the Life.Church Wellington campus.

There was an overwhelming feeling of warmth and love as soon as the attendees arrived. Families were greeted with the delicious aromas of a hot breakfast with all the fixings.

Breakfast with Santa is a wonderful event with a beautiful and loving environment far removed from the hospital, allowing children and their families to connect with one another and have a morning of fun just for them.

Children were able to ride in on a big fire truck and meet Santa. Then, once back inside, the families were able to have breakfast and travel around the auditorium to various gift, game and crafts stations.

Many generous volunteers, including those from Life.Church and Journey Church, banded together in support to create this spectacular event.

As if the generosity wasn’t already enough, KCF President Kelly Weiner’s son and his Florida State University Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity put together a giving fundraiser before the Breakfast with Santa and presented the foundation with a check for $12,000 during the event.

For more information about the Kids Cancer Foundation, visit