Ethan is more precious than gold: How this valuable message will help others
September is Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month and this month KPRC 2 is honoring the legacy of the son of a long-time KPRC 2 team member. Twelve-year-old Ethan valiantly fought T-Cell Lymphoblastic Lymphoma for eight months before passing away on March 25, 2021.
Coloring for a cause: KPRC 2′s ’Go Gold’ campaign in 2020 featured a special coloring book
In honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, KPRC 2 is featuring their second annual "Go Gold. Fight 2 End Childhood Cancer” on-air and digital campaign. The purpose is to raise awareness and funds to help in the fight, because kids can't fight cancer alone.
Ethan’s Fight: The story one brave boy wanted us to tell
EDITOR’S NOTE: Shortly after this story was told in March 2021, Ethan passed away. Ethan’s fight is now Ethan’s impact. His family, friends, and community continue to rally to honor Ethan and help other families facing a pediatric cancer diagnosis. As a way to do both during September -- which is Pediatrics Cancer Awareness Month -- shirts were sold with the saying “Ethan is more precious than gold.” You can read more about how this fundraiser is making a difference, HERE.
Bells for Abigail: Share videos of your kids’ bell-ringing ceremonies to honor Officer Abigail
With the blessing of her family, KPRC 2 is remembering Officer Abigail Arias with an ongoing digital feature called “Bells for Abigail” that celebrates the life and fight of the 7-year-old girl who inspired so many.
Behind the scenes of KPRC 2's PSA featuring local cancer survivors
Fight 2 End Childhood Cancer" campaign is a locally-produced PSA starring Houston-area cancer survivors and B.I.G. Love Cancer Care beneficiaries taking on roles of everyday "superheroes." The KPRC 2 Promo team begins production on Aug. 12. With Sept. 1 on the horizon, the team reaches out to B.I.G. Fight 2 End Childhood Cancer PSA.