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As part of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, MLS WORKS — Major League Soccer’s social responsibility platform — announced on Tuesday that it is teaming up with league partner Continental Tire to raise awareness and funds in the battle against childhood cancer. 


Now in its seventh year, Kick Childhood Cancer works to strengthen research efforts to find cures for all types of childhood cancer and provide support to one of the most vulnerable populations affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.


“As we enter the 7th year of the campaign, Major League Soccer and our clubs remain committed to finding cures for all types of childhood cancers and now more than ever, providing comfort and support to one of the most vulnerable populations affected by the COVID-19 pandemic,” MLS president and Chief Administrative Officer JoAnn Neale said in a statement. “With a shared history for delivering fun and innovative experiences, we are proud to partner with Continental Tire to positively impact patients and families during their fight against Childhood cancer.”

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