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Kick Cancer

How Can You Help?

Text to Donate!

Text usacup to 41444 today make a donation to help fight pediatric cancer! All proceeds will be presented to the University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital.

Go Gold!

Dress up your uniforms and/or sidelines on Wednesday, July 18th with the color gold to show your support for the cause.

Shopping!

Some of our Vendors on campus that will be donating a portion of their proceeds on Wednesday, July 18th to Kick Cancer. Make sure to check them out!

Wednesday July 17, 2019

Help us paint this campus gold!

We're kicking cancer at USA CUP on Wednesday, July 17! As the largest international youth soccer tournament in the western hemisphere we want to use this platform to give back to the community. 

This year we are ecstatic to be partnering with the University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital to support the treatment of pediatric cancer.

Kick Cancer Details

  • For every goal scored and shutout recorded USA CUP will donate $1 to Kick Cancer. 
  • Player who scored and each goalie who earned a shutout will also receive a special Kick Cancer gift.
  • Participants and spectators will be able to donate to the organization of their choice at the Kick Cancer Headquarters or online.  
  • The Kick Cancer hub will be decorated with banners, flags, tents, etc. Help us paint the campus gold this year on Wednesday!

Compassionate Leading-Edge Care for Children

Physicians from University of Minnesota have provided exceptional care for children for more than 100 years. At University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital, our physician researchers are leaders in academic medicine, developing the next generation of best treatments for children. This has led to several firsts, including the first successful pediatric blood marrow transplant, first infant heart transplant in Minnesota and first cochlear ear implant surgery for a child. We actively develop new standards for best practices and share our findings on a national level.


Dedicated doctors, nurses and support staff deliver breakthroughs to our patients in a progressive, family- and patient-centered facility, opened in 2011. We recognize the individual needs of each patient while offering both
conventional and leading-edge therapies and treatments.
Patients have access to more than 50 pediatric and maternal services in one location. From neonatal and pediatric intensive care to pediatric emergency care, to blood and marrow transplant, heart care and solid organ transplant, all care is virtually under one roof. This aids seamless coordination, and allows the patient and family experience to be less stressful and more positive.

Click here to see what else the University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital is up to in the community!