Category: America Needs Cheerleaders

Hello Kylie

Kylie Sandberg is all too familiar with battling cancer. After both her grandfathers lost their battles and her father was diagnosed, Kylie had a fire lit under her. She wanted people to have more of a chance to battle and beat their diagnosis. Today, her father is a cancer survivor and she has raised over $3,500 for the American Cancer Society. Kylie said, “I believe that having the power to give back is a privilege, so why not help when you can?” Her junior year, Kylie started the Relay for Life Club and decided to dedicate her last two years ... Read more

All in for Hannah

  “The most important thing is to give whenever and as often as possible.” -Caroline Trindel When Caroline Trindel was assigned to her kindergarten ‘prayer buddy’ at school, she knew Hannah was special. “She is kind, smart, loving, so funny and gives the best hugs. To know Hannah is to LOVE her,” said Caroline. “We became really close!” One morning last year Hannah woke up barely able to walk. Two days later she was diagnosed with Leukemia. The news was devastating and Caroline, a Varsity All Star Fashionista, was determined to help. With all of the extra time she’s had lately, ... Read more

Refocused and Making a Difference

When their end of season events got canceled, two Pensacola All Stars athletes decided to refocus their energy. Gracie Coleman and Raegan Jones created an organization to help those in need. Pack-A-Sack provides meals to the homeless. Along with a meal and sanitary wipes, it also include a handwritten, positive message. The 15 year old duo is making a difference during difficult times. According to Gracie’s father, the first time he took them to deliver meals, they took 20 to hand out. When they got downtown and saw how appreciative the people were and how needed these meals were, they ... Read more