With the Kick Cancer charity soccer camps set to take place December 14th – December 16th, Glenndavissoccer.com would like to spotlight the hosting soccer clubs and venues that will help facilitate this charity event. Glenndavissoccer.com is greatly indebted to those that support the Kick Cancer charity program and other causes that are of great benefit to the community and its members. Glenndavissoccer.com will provide statements from a member of each hosting soccer club in order to show the proper appreciation for the efforts that are being made to make Kick Cancer possible each and every year.
Spotlight # 3: Mark Horton of Albion Hurricanes Football Club (AHFC): AHFC General Manager
“The purpose of our club is to make AHFC a soccer leader by providing opportunities at the national, regional and local level by employing developed and the best practices and being a model of excellence both on & off the field. To this end, our role in the community is to inspire and give back wherever we can.
AHFC is gladly entering into its second year partnership with the Kick Cancer Soccer Camp. We had a blast last year and a great turn out is expected again this year. On a personal note, Glenn & Jeff do a great job in raising awareness of this deserving cause and their personal involvement, passion and stories touched a nerve which is why we are happy to partner.
Youth sports bring a sense of community to those who participate, whether as a player, parent or coach. It makes you understand and feel the need to support others, whether teammates, other families or important causes within the community.”
AHFC Soccer Camp Locations: 1) Katy Park – 24927 Morton Rd; Katy, Texas 77493 and 2) 3911 Campbell Road; Houston, Texas 77080
DATES: December 14-16 Kick Cancer Soccer Camps throughout Houston and beyond!
COST: $55 which includes t-shirt
REGISTRATION: WWW.CCCFUND.ORG (Curing Childrens Cancer)
Camp Youth Age 3-18/Male and Female
The entire soccer community comes together in unique fashion to partner against pediatric cancer.
ALL proceeds go to the 501c Charity Curing Childrens Cancer Fund to aid in cancer research at the Texas Childrens Hospital.
GLENN DAVIS: “I am thrilled to see how our entire soccer community has stepped up to fight pediatric cancer,”
“The talent, expertise, passion and commitment to time from the youth, high school, college and professional element is a statement that for the soccer community it is “game on” to aid in the fight against cancer.”