Acts of indness
The K Club was built on the idea of random acts of kindness, little unexpected acts to brighten another's day. K Club members around the world are spreading kindness one act at a time. What can you do to spread kindness?
Keaton loved Legos! They provided him with hours of entertainment in the hospital and when he had to stay home. The K Club will provide Lego sets to children on the oncology floor of the Children's Hospital in the hopes of bringing them some joy and a welcome distraction from all that goes on during a hospital stay. Ask us how you can help!
Families with a child in hospice are facing one of the most
difficult situations imaginable. The K Club aims to provide
a way to make lasting memories and provide comfort to
these families. K Packs contain items that allow families
to create precious keepsakes and remind them that they
are loved. Ask us how you can help us provide care
packs to these special children and their families.
No family should ever have to experience the loss of a child. The K Club supports families who have lost a child due to cancer by assisting with funeral costs.
Children who receive bone marrow transplants are required to stay in the hospital for several weeks or possibly months. The staff at Oklahoma Children's Hospital and families want to celebrate with patients when they are well enough to leave the hospital. The K Club provides the gifts, decorations, and treats for these celebrations, known as "Breakout Parties." We are honored to play a small part in these joyful moments.
Cancer treatment is extremely rigorous, and many families are undergoing other challenges in addition to their children fighting cancer. K Boosts are little "boosts" of joy and hope that help children and families through the long and difficult journey of battling childhood cancer. K Boosts might include gifts for a patient celebrating a birthday while in the hospital, grocery cards for a family struggling financially, or gifts for the whole family when they need a "pick me up."
Ringing the bell at the Jimmy Everest Center signifies that a child has completed treatment for cancer. It is a momentous occasion, and the K Club wants to help patients and their families celebrate! We provide a gift for each child who rings the bell and are thrilled to be a part of this special day!