Team Jack News

Team Jack News

They cover ground at a grueling pace. A 26 mile trek through Omaha on foot.

"Runners to me are very inspiring. Every year in this country, runners raise millions of dollars for cancer research."


No matter where he goes, Jack Hoffman's always ready to take a stand against pediatric brain cancer.

Thursday, he brought smiles and laughter to the capital city as the Team Jack Foundation held its second annual radiothon. 


Lincoln, NE--20 radio stations across the state took part in the 2nd Annual Team Jack Foundation Radiothon at The Railyard in Lincoln.


On Saturday, inside Memorial Stadium, 130 people sat together to support a cause.


By Katy Glover / World-Herald staff writer

Doctors initially hoped the white spot on Jack Hoffman’s latest MRI was nothing.


Larry the Cable Guy and Jeff Foxworthy performed at Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln, Nebraska on April 25th in front of nearly 10,000 to benefit pediatric brain cancer.


Members of the Husker football team helped battle pediatric brain cancer Sunday morning in the Uplifting Athletes Run in Lincoln that raised $30,000.

"Today we were humbly reminded that when your child has an inoperable brain tumor, that anything can happen at any point in time."

The lights dimmed. A piano melody began its crescendo. Snapshots of Memorial Stadium flashed on the screen at Pinnacle Bank Arena.

Someone in the crowd of about 7,500 whispered, “You think it’s Jack?”

“Oh, it has to be.”