Non-Profit Gives Kids with Cancer a Reason to Smile

Abilene, Texas KTAB News - "I was eleven years old when I was diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma." That is Caleb Murray's story. Though Murray is now in remission, his battle with cancer is something shared by so many children who are fighting life threatening illness. But yesterday, Murray got to forget about all of that and be enjoy being a kid, hog hunting from a helicopter, an experience made possible by a non profit organization out of White Plains, Georgia.

Hunting for the Cure is a non profit organization founded by Keith and Sonya Stille. It was foundedd in 2011 as a way to bring smiles and a good time to children who are fighting for their lives, and their families as well.

"Faith, hope and is the greatest," is what Keith and Sonya Stille say were some of the motivators behind founding this organization.

"It gets them away from the day to day doctors visits and hospitals and it just gets them outdoors and we have a good time with them and we get to see a smile on their face," is what local Blackwell, Texas resident, Johnny Allen who is involved with Hunting for the Cure said about the importance of the organization.

While the overall goal is the impact these kids lives in a positive way; the kids end up impacting those helping them, as well.

Hunting for the Cure is located in White Plains, Georgia but if you would like to get involved or you know of a child who would love to experience something like this you can email

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