Ring The Bell Benefit celebrates childhood cancer warriors and raises funds for research

Join community leaders Jenn Hobby and Grant Rivera at the fourth annual Ring The Bell Benefit to fight against children's cancer.

Ring The Bell Benefit is back for the fourth annual event on Wednesday, September 20th at Glover Park Brewery in Marietta. Supporters will come together to enjoy music, food, cold drinks and a robust silent auction in an effort to find cures and celebrate our cancer warriors! Get your tickets here. If you can't attend, no worries, you can still support childhood cancer research by shopping online. Check out the silent auction items available.

This is a personal fight for Jenn Hobby and Grant Rivera. Since their younger daughter, Reese, beat cancer at 16 months old, they have become advocates for families who are still in the fight.

Each year over 500 attendees join Ring The Bell Benefit in the beautiful space provided by Glover Park Brewery. From generous community support over the years, Reese’s MaGIC Fund has been able to give back over $420,000 to childhood cancer research and awareness through the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta in partnership with the MaGIC consortium, a team of international oncologists.

Jenn Hobby and her family continue to fight and be advocates for childhood cancer fighters. You can help be apart of the fight by becoming a donor for the Ring The Bell Benefit and Reese's MaGIC fund. Jenn and the team over at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta have made it easy for you to find out more information and to fill out a sponsor form just by clicking here.

Check out Ring The Bell Benefits from the past:


With children battling cancer each day and over 10,000 diagnosed each year, your support for research and awareness means more than ever. No parent wants to hear their child is sick and it's Jenn and her family's mission to continue to work with incredible donors to keep on fighting. The money raised year round supports Dr. Olson's international efforts with germ cell and solid tumor research at the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center. In 2022 the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of CHOA are treating more than 480 new patients and nearly 2,000 other children with related diseases.

A special thanks to all our sponsors:

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