Conant High School Goes Gold for Pediatric Cancer!

Conant HS students are going GOLD at their football game on 9/14 & students will be wearing GOLD in September to raise awareness for pediatric cancer!

A fundraising campaign for Cal's Angels
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CONANT HIGH SCHOOL IS GOING GOLD TO HELP KIDS FIGHTING CANCER!

Students & athletes will be wearing GOLD apparel for the entire month of September and at their home game on 9/14.

HONORARY GAME CAPTAIN: CAL

Cal Sutter, a South Elgin Little League All-Star, was diagnosed with Acute Myelogenous Leukemia at 12 years old. The battle with pediatric cancer is a horrible nightmare no child or family should ever have to experience. Yet, like most children, Cal never gave up hope and was always more concerned about others than himself. Cal ultimately lost his battle with Leukemia in August of 2006, the courage he displayed through treatment was the inspiration behind Cal's Angels a St. Charles based 501(c)(3) pediatric cancer foundation with a mission of granting wishes, raising awareness and funding research to help kids fighting cancer.


GOLD GAME: Friday, September 14th, 7:00pm 
GOLD shirts will be for sale during lunch hours the week of the gold game and on game night.

All donations will fund Cal's Angels mission to help kids fighting cancer through wishes, awareness and clinical trial research.

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About the Organization

Cal’s Angels is a St. Charles, Illinois based 501(c)(3) pediatric cancer foundation established in 2007 after Cal Sutter lost his battle with Acute Myelogenous Leukemia in 2006. During his treatment, Cal always cared about others before himself. His kindness was the inspiration behind a foundation that would grant wishes, raise awareness and fund research to help kids fighting cancer. Cal's Angels has many programs that help kids fighting cancer, including Wish Granting/Financial Assistance, 12 Days of Christmas, Fantasy Flight, Comfort Kits and monthly Hospital Parties. Join us to help kids fighting cancer!
To learn more about the many ways to help, visit calsangels.org and follow @CalsAngels on social media.