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Thanksgiving 2020

Dear Kids Cancer Fund friends and family,

It is Thanksgiving day, and while the holiday looks different for many of us because of Covid-19, the spirit of the day (gratitude, peace, love of family) remains constant.

Thank you for your continued support and donations so the families in crisis can have the support they need. Our cancer kids' families are navigating Covid-19 and pediatric cancers, and you have helped them during these challenging times. 2020 has been a year like no other.

From everyone here at Kids Cancer Fund, please stay safe and have an enjoyable Thanksgiving.

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