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We are #WhipPediatricCancer @WinnwoodRocks @NKCSchools
Kids at Wynn Habersham Elementary doing the whip and nae nae for pediatric cancer!!
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Winnwood School Has a Heart of Gold!
Winnwood School in Kansas City, Missouri has a Heart of Gold!
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Lake City Public Schools
Love seeing students writing inspirational notes and decorating gold hearts for children suffering from cancer
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Tessas and Jordan
It’s funny how certain people are drawn to one another. For 18-year-old Jordan Belous of New York and 9-year-old Tessa Prothero of Royal Oak, it was cancer of all things along and a hit pop song and dance that laid the foundation for an unbreakable bond. In 2015, Belous was a 16-year-old living in New…
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In September 2015 I met Tessa while doing the WHIP & NAE NAE in Time Square. She told me on that day that the Whip is one of her FAVORITE dances and songs. WELL TODAY, Tessa’s morale was boosted- the amazing, talented young man Silentó who wrote the Whip and Nae Nae sent her some…
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Skate for Gold
For all families affected by pediatric cancer, come join us for a free family fun afternoon of ice skating, face painting, tattoos, hot coco, photo booth and MORE! ***skates are included for all ages! Check out our Facebook event here. Sunday, March 19 at 10 AM – 12 PM EDT Dix Hills Ice Rink –…
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National Neuroblastoma Day
How is it okay that kids diagnosed with a certain type of cancer only have a 50 percent chance of survival????? Look at these faces. SIX HUNDRED innocent children will be starting treatment for this devil this year. In 16 hours, a child will loose their battle, all to one word: NEUROBLASTOMA. Be aware #NationalNeuroblastomaDay…
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About Whip Pediatric Cancer

Whip Pediatric Cancer is a 501 C3 non-profit organization. It's sole purpose is raising awareness about pediatric cancer and the need for funding that will help scientists find a cure. You can learn more about the history of Whip Pediatric Cancer here, or you can learn how to bring the "Heart of GOLD" program to your school here.