Kay Kay's CausePosted Sep 23 2022
KayKay’s Cause, Inc. (TIN#87-4394043) is a recognized 501(c ) (3)
charity registered in Maryland.
Born April 14 th , 1978, Kathleen Campbell Houlding was a loving wife,
mother of 3, and dedicated Labor and Delivery Nurse at Georgetown
University Hospital. In December 2019 KayKay, as her niece lovingly
named her-unable to pronounce Kathleen at an early age, noticed a
small lump in the center of her left breast. In January 2020 it was
confirmed that the small lump was a cancerous tumor. The diagnosis
was Triple-Negative Invasive Duct Carcinoma.
Kathleen fought valiantly over the next nine months– enduring 30
rounds of chemotherapy, a double mastectomy, radiation, and
immunotherapy. Her spirits high, the doctors declared her cancer-free
in October 2020.
As 2020 rolled into 2021, Kathleen felt that things were wrong with her
chemistry. There were no medical signs of what was to be diagnosed,
but her inner sense demanded a full body scan. On the scan, 5 tumors
were found on the brain, 2 on the lower cerebellum and 3 on the
cerebrum. The cancer had metastasized to the brain.
Devastated, Kathleen went on to endure a craniotomy to remove the 2
tumors on the cerebellum and radiation to treat the 3 tumors that
could not be excised from the cerebrum.
Stoically, Kathleen persevered to travel to Disney with her family in July
of 2020 and even sought to return to work as a Labor and Delivery
Nurse at Georgetown University Hospital, where she had worked since
However, in October, Kathleen fell while taking her daughter to
horseback riding lessons, and it was revealed that the cancer had
spread into the meninges. On November 10, 2021, Kathleen Campbell
Houlding passed away at the age of 43.
KayKay’s Cause was founded to raise money to aide the research
being conducted at The Lombardi Cancer Center of Georgetown
University Hospital, specifically by Claudine Isaacs and her team,
working in conjunction with Sloan Kettering Memorial Hospital and the
Duke Cancer Institute. The goal is to identify the roots of metastasis.
Breast Cancer is more and more treatable through surgery,
chemotherapy, and immunotherapy; however, once cancer
metastasizes, the rate of morbidity increases significantly. This
research will be invaluable to the long-term health of cancer patients
around the globe.
This beautiful 1965 Superformance Cobra MKIII could be yours.
Built in 2008, this car has been lovingly cared for by its previous owner
and driven just 8000 miles since new. The car features a professionally
built and dyno-tuned Roush 427 STROKER engine with 525HP and runs
through a 5-speed TREMEC manual transmission. The paint is clear-
coated Indigo Blue with Platinum Stripes.
For more photos or videos of this beautiful vehicle, email Josh St. Aubin
Just 5000 tickets will be rewarded with all proceeds benefitting
KayKay’s Cause, Inc. (TIN#87-4394043), a 501(c ) (3) organization.
Commencing on Thursday September 22, 2022 your donation of $100
to KayKay’s Cause, Inc. will be rewarded with a ticket in the drawing. A
bonus ticket will be rewarded for every $500 donated to the charity.
Your donation may be made in the form of a check made payable to
KayKay’s Cause, Inc. and mailed to 6205 Cromwell Drive Bethesda, MD
20816 C/O KayKay’s Cobra.
Please be sure to include your email address in the notes when
donating via Venmo.
The Charity Administrator will contact you within 24 hours to provide
the raffle tickets awarded on behalf of your donation.
The Drawing will be held on October 20 th , 2022 and will be livestreamed
on Facebook and Instagram. The Drawing may be delayed if fewer than
3500 tickets are awarded on or before October 19 th , 2022.
The winner will be notified immediately after The Drawing and pickup
or transportation of the Cobra will be arranged through Flemings
Ultimate Garage in Rockville, MD.
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