Our 2nd annual Kids Dance Party was held on May 15, 2016 and we want to thank everyone who continue to support our cause!
From the volunteers and everyone who attended to all the generous companies and individuals who donated prizes for our silent auction.
The event was held in a larger venue this year and we sold out again doubling our attendance from last year!
We had music with a huge , dance floor, silent Auction prizes, Cosplay, Princesses, a photo booth and face painting.
The German Society of Winnipeg hosted a super hero themed double feature movie night showing Disney’s the Incredibles and the Guardians of the Galaxy! Between movies there were games and prizes for the kids!
We want to thank Alycia and Erik Magnusson for hosting this event and donating the proceeds to Madox’s Warriors!
THANK YOU to:
Kimi Guilbert from Shoppers Drug Mart (St. Anne’s, St. Vital)
Mike and Shannon Pfaff from Inland Pipe
Laurie Reimer from Online Business Systems
For donating items for our raffle at our Movie Night fundraiser. Each fundraiser wouldn’t be possible without donations and support like yourselves. Thank you.
Well our first 5K Superhero Run To Fight Childhood Brain cancer has come and gone and it was a huge success!
Held on September 26, 2015 we could not be happier with how the day turned out.
A HUGE THANK YOU to all the Volunteers that came out on Saturday for the run and helped make the event a great day! It was awesome to see kids come out and participate or volunteer with their parents! Love it!
A HUGE THANK YOU to all who participated in the 5K, pledged for funds and helped us achieve our goal! There are almost 200 pictures on our Facebook page, but here are a few of our favourites.
A HUGE THANK YOU to our Platinum, Gold and Silver sponsors!!
Sydnee and Taylor Grabeldinger, and Morgan and Taylor Keeler had a beautiful day to sell treats and lemonade to passerby’s a few weeks ago. Their efforts raised $24o for Madox’s Warriors. Thank you girls! Your parents must be so proud.
Madox had many friends; boys and girls. Always going out of his way for other children who are alone or shy or new.
I still remember Madox coming home from school one day telling us about a boy named Kallan who just arrived new to his school and class. They seemed to bond pretty quickly in class and Madox told me “He’s new mom. So I told him I’ll be his friend so he doesn’t have to be bored”. Well, it didn’t take too long before Kallan made many friends in that school.
A few weeks ago, Kallan celebrated his 10th birthday. Instead of presents, he asked for a monetary donation to support Madox’s Warriors. Our hearts are warmed when children are empathetic and want to make a change in this world.
Kallan Kujanpaa, thank you. Thank you for being Madox’s buddy and thank you for your amazing donation and support.