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Rally Kid Alex B. Celebrates a Cancer-Free Holiday Season

The holiday season is a magical time for most children, especially for Rally Kid Alex B. That’s because this kind-hearted, fun-loving 6-year-old will be celebrating the greatest gift of all: remission! Back in September of 2017, Alex, who was just 4 years old at the time, started to complain about neck pain. His parents took

Rally Kid Austen Dreams of Becoming A Nurse So She Can Help Other Kids with Cancer

At just 6 years old, Rally Kid Austen has big dreams for her future. Described by her family as a typical “girly girl” who adores princess stories and glitter, Austen dreams of growing up to be a cheerleader, a teacher, and a nurse—in that order! “She didn’t add nurse to the list until after she

A Letter of Thanks

Dear Rally Community, Thank you for caring about kids with cancer. Thank you for giving to Rally For Their Future. Every school day 46 families hear the devastating news that their baby has cancer. And all 46 families ask the doctor the same question, ‘What are you going to do to make my baby better?”

Rally Kid Peyton Speaks from the Heart at Rally’s Annual Benefit Bash

17-year-old Rally Kid Peyton is a force to be reckoned with. Described by her father as a “fierce competitor,” this driven student and athlete was never going to let a cancer diagnosis dull her competitive spirit. That spirit shone bright at this year’s Delta Double Play Benefit Bash, where Peyton gave a moving, heartfelt speech