Causes that need your
Every year Caring for a Cause hosts between 10 and 12 events to raise money for local families. We also host several annual events which include baseball and softball tournaments, 5k memorial runs, backpack buddies child hunger program, and our Christmas Kindness charity giveaway to name a few. All proceeds from these events benefit local families in need of financial support. Below you will find a few upcoming events that could use your support.
Team Maddie tournament is a success for local families in need.
Over $75,000 has been raised to benefit 8 local families with children battling cancer. The first Team Maddie tournament started in the Fall of 2010 and due to its overwhelming success turned into an annual event.Learn More
Some of our success stories
Anthony Adams, Belle's DadCFAC is truly been a blessing to my daughter and to my family. In our time of need, CFAC was there to pray with us, to give us support during my family's darkest times. Nikki and the other ladies at CFAC became more than just friends, they became family. At a time when all seemed hopeless they strengthened our faith. To see the community come together and do this with making any profit, is just a Godsend. I pray for the families that have to go through these trying times and I pray for the Angels at CFAC that made it more bearable. Thank you from the Adams' Family.
Barbie Taylor, Presley's GrandmotherI was first introduced to Nikki Rodgers with Caring For A Cause from a friend shortly after my 3 year old granddaughter was diagnosed with stage 3 kidney cancer. Nikki contacted our family about Presley being a benefactor of the annual Team Maddie Tournament. We were very blessed and so very thankful for the money raised to help with medical bills and other needs. My granddaughter Presley is in remission and doing great. We are proud to support Caring for a Cause to help support other families in need. Such a awesome organization and Nikki is a amazing woman with such a big heart.
Shelly Briscoe, Maddie's Mom"Maddie is my hero. When she was just 7 years old she showed me what courage looked like. Even when she was in pain during treatment, she was always smiling. She is full of life and energy and I count every day with her a blessing"
Vickie Holland, Jason's MomIt's hard to put into words what the ladies at Caring for A Cause mean to me. I lost my son, Jason on August 17, 2012. Nikki organizes a memorial run annually in Jason's memory. It's important to me to keep my son's memory alive so with the annual 5K we are able to honor Jason and bless a local family at the same time. I am forever grateful for these ladies for the honor and respect they give to this run as well as my son.