Kick-It was started by a 10-year-old boy who held a kickball game to raise money for cancer research during his own second battle with cancer. People from around the country were so inspired by him that they decided to have their own kickball games. Whether you plan to hold your own kickball game at school, a local park, or somewhere else, this is a really fun way to raise funds and awareness to fight childhood cancer!
Would you rather play dodgeball in your school gym, organize a pickle ball game at your local recreation center, or host a corn hole tournament at a park? Then ALSF Games is right for you. Pick the game, location, and invite your friends and family to start their own teams! Through your event page, you can list game information and send invitations to others to join a team or create their own all while also raising money and awareness for pediatric cancer research