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Autumn leaves and gold bows are signs of childhood cancer awareness





compete for a cause exceeds goal, raises $51k to support childhood cancer research





Soccer, Community and Competing for a Cause


2016 coverage

Mason, okemos soccer teams to raise money for cancer

9.15.16 Lansing State Journal


Compete for a Cause: Fox 47 Morning Blend

Fox 47 Morning Blend 9.1.16   Kevin Gunns and Pam Duren talk about why they started Compete for a Cause, and how they help to raise awareness and funds for childhood cancer.


2015 coverage

Okemos and Mason to Raise Funds For Childhood Cancer in Annual Soccer Game

Okemos Today9.15.15 Okemos Today

Okemos soccer beats top-ranked Mason in ‘Compete for a Cause’ match

LSJ9.27.15 Lansing State Journal

“Compete for a Cause” Soccer Game Raises over $25,000

OHS Press10.2.2015 OHS Press

Rivals Meet To Battle Childhood Cancer

MHSAA10.8.15 Second Half by MHSAA

Mason and Okemos soccer teams “Compete for a Cause”

11.2.2015 WKAR