Tommy Baldwin Racing announced that For Kids' Sake Foundation will partner with the No. 7 Tommy Baldwin Racing team at Homestead-Miami Speedway this weekend.
For Kids' Sake Foundation was created by Megan and Glen Jusczyk after their daughter Malia was diagnosed with stage IV neuroblastoma at 2 ½ years old. Years later, the non-profit is still committed to raising awareness for and improving the lives of children with neuroblastoma throughout the country.
The fact remains that every sixteen hours a child dies from neuroblastoma. Although cancer is the number one disease killer of our children, only 3.8% of cancer research funding goes toward pediatric cancer. For Kids' Sake is here to raise money for neuroblastoma research as well as for families of children diagnosed with this horrible disease.
Malia Jusczyk, now an 8-year-old neuroblastoma cancer survivor, will join the team at Homestead and help share the message that you can help fight pediatric cancer. Go to www.maliacrushescancer.com to learn how you can help.
"We are excited to partner with Tommy Baldwin Racing and the No. 7 car at Homestead-Miami Speedway this weekend," said Megan Jusczyk, Volunteer CEO of For Kids' Sake Foundation. "Not only are we able to get our message out to the millions of people watching during this NASCAR championship weekend, but my daughter Malia, the face of our foundation, will have the experience of a lifetime attending a race close to our home."
"We are honored to support Malia and the For Kids' Sake Foundation at Homestead," said team owner Tommy Baldwin. "Cancer affects so many families and Malia's story touched my heart. We are proudly representing all children and families suffering from this disease through Malia and the For Kids' Sake Foundation."
For Kids' Sake Foundation Partners with Tommy Baldwin Racing at Homestead-Miami Speedway
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