|What is KB4C?
Kiteboarding 4 Cancer is a unique on-the-water recreational fundraiser to support cancer research in the battle to find a cure. KB4C is a full day of action sports and giving opportunities including an endurance kiteboarding race, freestyle trick contest, silent and live auction, kids' games and more.
How did KB4C come about?
Founded from personal experiences with cancer and the passionate drive to do something about it, we at KB4C recognized that there is a common thread that links us all: Everyone has been touched by cancer somehow. This is the connection that unites our community, aiming to reach one common goal: to beat cancer. So, why not employ the health, great energy, and passion of kiteboarders to help make a difference in this fight.
JWCF: KB4C's Partner in the fight
Kiteboarding 4 Cancer has chosen the John Wayne Cancer Foundation as our partner in the fight against cancer. Since its founding in 1985, the JWCF has supported awareness programs, education programs and support groups, and is aligned with like-minded groups and non-profits that advance the fight against cancer, such as the Lance Armstrong Foundation. JWCF has also been committed to groundbreaking cancer research and education at the John Wayne Cancer Institute (JWCI).
JWCF is a strong supporter of the athletic community's determination and passion to give to this cause, and we are thrilled to have them on our team. The mission of the John Wayne Cancer Foundation is to bring courage, strength, and grit to the fight against cancer. For more information on the JWCF, go to www.jwcf.org.
More info on KB4C
Go to our website, www.kb4c.org
Read the latest news and updates on the event on our blog, www.kb4c.wordpress.com
To mail a donation, please make checks payable to:
Kiteboarding 4 Cancer
PO Box 1486
White Salmon, WA 98672 USA
Kiteboarding 4 Cancer is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, IRS tax ID #42-1737854. We fund our event and charities solely through tax-deductible contributions from private individuals, corporations and foundations.
Total donations: $73,485