Northwest Indiana Cancer Kids Foundation
SCHERERVILLE | The Northwest Indiana Cancer Kids Foundation hosted a masquerade ball recently in an effort to unmask childhood cancer.
SCHERERVILLE | On Saturday February 22, Northwest Indiana unmasked childhood cancer. The Northwest Indiana Cancer Kids foundation, or N.I.C.K., hosted a masquerade ball in order to help raise funds for local families affected by childhood cancer. The event was held at The Patrician Banquet C…
GRIFFITH | United Federal Credit Union donated $1,000 recently to Northwest Indiana Cancer Kids Foundation recently to assist parents and families with children fighting cancer.
SCHERERVILLE | The First Annual Craft & Vendor Fair Benefitting the Northwest Indiana Cancer Kids Foundation (NICK) will be held on Sunday from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the Halls of St. George, 905 E. Joliet St., Schererville.
LANSING | It's not unusual to see firefighters hosting fundraisers for various causes, but members of the Lansing Professional Firefighters Local #3709 decided to dig into their own pockets in support of families dealing with a child suffering from cancer. The members made personal donations…
LANSING | It's not unusual to see firefighters hosting fundraisers for various causes, but members of the Lansing Professional Firefighters Local 3709 decided to dig into their own pockets in support of families dealing with a child suffering from cancer.
CROWN POINT | Tim Fealy, organizer of Saturday’s Kids in Capes Fun Walk/Run, believes children bravely batting cancer and their families are life’s real superheroes.
Funding for pediatric cancer research lags far behind that for cancers affecting adults, yet the number of children diagnosed with cancer continues to rise in Northwest Indiana.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point High School student clubs joined forces with the Crown Point Community Foundation to donate $2,400 each to four charitable organizations.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point High School philanthropy students joined forces with the Crown Point Community Foundation to give away $2,400 each to four organizations.
SCHERERVILLE | Although this may seem outside the realm of our services, we have an immediate need for one of our families, WE HOPE YOU WILL HELP.
The not-for-profit foundation that was formed around a dining room table has won the endorsement of every city and town in Lake County.
ST. JOHN | Local children battling cancer will benefit from a dining and fundraising event Tuesday at Northwoods Restaurant, event organizers said.
SCHERERVILLE | The Northwest Indiana Cancer Kids Foundation will host its fourth annual Alex’s Lemonade Stand at the Celebrate Schererville Festival Parade on Saturday.
SCHERERVILLE | The Schererville Lions Club will be hosting their annual all you can eat pancake breakfast at Immanuel Presbyterian Church located at 140 W. U.S Highway 30 in Schererville, Ind. from 7 a.m. until 12 p.m. on Sunday, April 29.
CHESTERTON | East Wind Studios will host a "green smoothie and a movie" fundraiser Friday.
Lake County Sheriff's Department officers, along with local community members, came together recently to support the Northwest Indiana Cancer Kids and St. Baldrick's foundations.
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