On Sunday, Dec. 7, head to Answer to Cancer, a celebration of Kayla Perry’s #100ways100days campaign, which has raised more than $100,000 for childhood cancer research.
The event will take place 4-8 p.m. inside Region’s Field. Music headlines for the night include St. Paul and the Broken Bones; Girls, Guns, and Glory, and singer/songwriter Amy Black.
Ticket prices are $35 (single, under 21); $50 (single adult); $150 (family of four). There will be a live auction, silent auction, big trip giveaways, photo booth, along with fun activities for the whole family. Proceeds benefit Children’s of Alabama’s Center of Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders.
Perry, 19 years old, was diagnosed in 2013 with stage four high-risk neuroblastoma. Perry and her family have created the foundation Open Hands Overflowing Heart with the goal to generate and donate as much funding for pediatric cancer research as they possibly can.
“Though I was diagnosed one month after my 18th birthday, neuroblastoma is still considered a childhood cancer,” Perry said. “I want to be able to help children with cancer the way that I have been helped.”
For more information, visit openhandsoverflowinghearts.org.