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KATE KUP Triples Tournament raises $100K

The Kate Amato Foundation announced it has successfully raised more than $100,000 at the Fifth Annual KATE KUP Triples Tennis Tournament last weekend. All proceeds from the event benefit Kate Amato Foundation (KAF), whose mission is funding innovative pediatric cancer research to develop safer, smarter and more effective treatments for childhood cancer.

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KATE KUP -Funding Finds Cures For Childhood Cancer

Jacksonville Beach residents, Lisa and Jeff Amato lost their daughter Kate, at the young age of 11 in November of 2016, after a long and difficult battle with cancer. Through her illness, Kate’s parents discovered how severely underfunded research is for pediatric cancer and witnessed first-hand the brutal effects of outdated, toxic treatments. To honor Kate’s life and continue the fight for other children, the Kate Amato Foundation was formed.

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Local Transportation Partners Raise $100K for Childhood Cancer Research

Trailer Bridge, Inc., a global transportation provider headquartered in Jacksonville, announced its inaugural Rally for Kate Charity Golf Tournament raised more than $100,000 for the Kate Amato Foundation supporting the organization’s efforts to find safer, smarter and more effective treatments for children with cancer.

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Sponsors, Volunteers sought for KATE KUP

The Kate Amato Foundation will conduct its fifth annual KATE KUP Triples Tennis Tournament on April 20 in Ponte Vedra Beach. All proceeds from this event will benefit the foundation, whose mission is to find safer, smarter and more effective treatments for children with cancer.

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Kate Amato Foundation spreads Kate’s Kindness and Prepares for Kate Kombo

Kate Amato Foundation Spreads Kate’s Kindness and Prepares for Kate Kombo

During Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, The Kate Amato Foundation delivered care packages to pediatric cancer patients, parents and healthcare heroes at Wolfson Children’s Hospital and Nemours Children’s Health. They are also gearing up for the Inaugural Kate Kombo Golf & Pickleball Tournament in October to help fund innovative, non-toxic treatments for childhood cancer.

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