About Night for the Fight, presented by TQL Foundation
Due to the recent rise in COVID-19 cases, CancerFree KIDS is transitioning Night for the Fight to an in-person socially distant Amazing Race event to ensure the health and safety of our high school participants, volunteers and all individuals involved with the event.
Night for the Fight will be held on February 12th as a socially-distant in-person Amazing Race team competition. Student teams will register for a 2 hour time slot to compete in the Amazing Race alongside other Night for the Fight teams. The event will feature dodgeball, minute-to-win-it games, stories from individuals who have battled childhood cancer, a glow stick reflection and so much more.
How your school becomes a partner
- Sign up your school by e-mailing Cindy Pilipovich, Night for the Fight School Coordinator, at email@example.com.
- Identify key students to serve as your school Night for the Fight leaders who will serve as team captains and recruit students to join their teams and attend the event.
- Each team member raises $150 to attend the event - visit the "Student" tab above for fundraising ideas from CancerFree KIDS.
- Students take part in Night for the Fight: Amazing Race at 5/3 Arena at the University of Cincinnati February 12th!
What is CancerFree KIDS?
CancerFree KIDS is a Cincinnati-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to funding life-saving childhood cancer reserach to eradicate cancer as a life-threatening disease in children. Since its inception in 2002, the organiztion has raised over $ 7 million in research grants. Night for the Fight is CancerFree KIDS' way to support and steward the next generation of philanthropists!