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Category Archives: Print Media News

Welcome Message From KRM’s New CEO

“I look forward to seeing the next chapter of KRM be elevated to yet another level.” – Teresa Hofhenke, former CEO of KRM Thank you Teresa. Thank you for the kind introduction, but more importantly, thank you for the amazing leadership you have provided KRM over the last four years. So many children with cancer… Continue Reading

From a Stage IV Diagnosis to an Inspiring Young Cancer Survivor

El Dorado Hills Family Battles Childhood Cancer Times Two September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and as KRM aims to spread awareness and advocacy for all children and families battling this deadly disease, we want to share an inspirational story of survivorship by one local El Dorado Hills family. One remarkable family has been part… Continue Reading

Makayla Walks Again

Against All Odds – Makayla Walks Again Makayla was born perfectly healthy on April 18, 2012. By 7 months old, she began standing up and cruising along the furniture to explore her surroundings. Around New Year’s 2012, she had a minor fall after which she was unable to stand and walk on her own. Tests… Continue Reading

#MiracleMaren Is Faster Than Cancer

#MiracleMaren is Faster than Cancer At 2.5 years old, Maren, experienced weeklong fevers and back pain. After several weeks of doctor’s visits, Maren’s pediatrician referred the family to Kaiser Roseville for further testing. The family checked in on July 28, 2014 and two days later an MRI confirmed a tumor on Maren’s spine. As Maren’s… Continue Reading

Companionship In Cancer

Keaton Raphael Memorial aids children and families alike By Jennifer Von Geldern, Comstock’s Magazine Worldwide, a child is diagnosed with cancer every three minutes. One in five diagnosed in the U.S. will not survive, and in America more children die of cancer than any other disease. That’s why Keaton Raphael Memorial (KRM) has become an… Continue Reading

I Care: Going bald for a cause

  Finnegan McCaffery, 8, right, was joined by his dad, Jeff McCaffery of Davis, Thursday, March 12, 2015, at de Vere’s Irish Pub in Davis, to have their heads shaved by Supercuts stylists, Mayra Munoz, left, and Amber Joslin, right, during the St. Baldrick’s event to raise money for childhood cancer research. To read the… Continue Reading

Hundreds shave heads for cancer at St. Baldrick’s celebration Galleria event supports Keaton Raphael

Hundreds of supporters shaved their heads in the name of cancer survivors at the Westfield Galleria on Saturday. The Keaton Raphael Memorial and the St. Baldrick’s Foundation partnered together to host their annual St. Baldrick’s Celebration fundraiser to raise awareness and money for cancer research and treatment. Read full article as published by the Placer… Continue Reading

Fourth-grader shaves head for friend who battled cancer

Mikey’s Bald Brigade set out to raise money for childhood cancer research, and, oh boy, were they successful. The 29 boys and their dads — with plenty of help from fellow students at Catheryn Gates Elementary School in Roseville — raised $15,500 for the campus’s inaugural St. Baldrick’s event on Friday, March 1. The nationwide fundraiser generates… Continue Reading