Photos from A Night in Margaritaville, Kids Rock Cancer’s 2018 benefit concert, were shared by Ladue News in December 2018.
105.7 The Point
For the second year in a row, Kids Rock Cancer partnered with 105.7 The Point’s The Rizzuto Show’s Eat & Treat event at Chesterfield Amphitheater.
Kids Rock Cancer interview featured on STL TV’s City Corner
590 The Fan
Local AM radio station 590 The Fan highlighted Kids Rock Cancer and Maryville University’s #1000Saints Night in its online article “Maryville University Shines Through Kids Rock Cancer Charity.”
Photos from “Cool Together,” Kids Rock Cancer’s 2017 benefit concert, were shared by Ladue News in December 2017.
Kids Rock Cancer partnered with the Riverfront Times in late 2017 and has since appeared numerous times on its website and social media, and has been the charity beneficiary of several of the publication’s major events.
105.7 The Point
Music therapist Tracie Sandheinrich appeared on Fox2 on Oct. 12 to promote The Rizzuto Show’s Eat & Treat event at Chesterfield Amphitheater; Kids Rock Cancer was also featured on 105.7 throughout October 2017 to promote this event.
Kids Rock Cancer was featured on KSHE 95 as part of promotion for a classic auto auction benefiting the music therapy program.
St. Louis Men’s Group Against Cancer RadioThon
Liz Haynes and Tracie Sandheinrich were interviewed on KTRS in partnership with the St. Louis Men’s Group Against Cancer RadioThon.
The Charlie Brennan Show
Longtime Kids Rock Cancer supporter Al Hammerman was featured on The Charlie Brennan Show to promote his new CD and the Cool Together event, both benefiting Kids Rock Cancer.
Fox2 News in the Morning
Liz Haynes spoke on air with Fox2’s Kim Hudson about Kids Rock Cancer’s mission and Wasabi Sushi Bar’s dine out fundraiser.
Kids Rock Cancer to Receive FOCUS St. Louis Award
The 2017 What’s Right with the Region! award will recognize Kids Rock Cancer for promoting stronger communities, as announced on Maryville University Mpress.
St. Louis Business Journal Giving Guide 2016
Kids Rock Cancer was one of the charities featured via an ad and feature story in the November 2016 publication.
Featured a cover story, “Maryville University Kids Rock Cancer: The Power of Music,” in its Dec. 30, 2016 issue. The story provided an overview of Kids Rock Cancer’s growth and success over the years.
Town Planner (St. Louis)
Featured Kids Rock Cancer in its 2017 edition (January calendar page).