Funding Research for Pediatric Brain Cancer

 
 

2nd Annual Team Jack Trifecta

2nd Annual Team Jack Trifecta

Saturday, March 24, 2018

Join Plano native, former Nebraska Cornhusker, Cincinnati Bengal, and now New England Patriot, Rex Burkhead, to help raise much needed funds for child brain cancer research. Rex is bringing Team Jack to his hometown, Plano, Texas for the 2nd Annual Team Jack Trifecta and asking YOU to participate in raising funds for the leading cancer cause of death in children. There will be three events on March 24, 2018 at Plano High School, all fundraisers for the Team Jack Foundation.  

"I am beyond excited to have the opportunity of spreading awareness for pediatric brain cancer in my hometown of Plano, TX."  -Rex Burkhead


Registration is now open for all three events!  Register now!

3-on-3 Basketball Tournament

Football Camp

5k Fun Run


2017 Recap

$40,000 raised!

Don't want to participate in an event, but still want to be involved?

We are currently seeking sponsors for meal donations as well as monetary donations. Contact kylie@teamjackfoundation.org to get involved.

Provided by Star Local Media:

Be it on the football field or the basketball court, Plano Senior alum Rex Burkhead saw plenty of large crowds during his four years as a Wildcat.

On Saturday, that same fanfare was palpable on the campus of the city’s oldest high school, only instead of spectating, the Plano community was there to join Burkhead in his latest endeavor to raise awareness about pediatric brain cancer.

That came about through the Team Jack Trifecta, a three-sport fundraiser hosted by Burkhead on behalf of the Team Jack Foundation, which is dedicated to raising money for research on children’s cancers.

The event consisted of a 5K fun run around the Plano campus on Saturday morning, followed by a youth football camp and a 3-on-3 basketball tournament. Between the three sports, the Team Jack Foundation said approximately $35,000 was raised towards research for pediatric brain cancer.

“This means a lot. It means the world to me to see the Plano community come out and support this cause,” Burkhead said. “It’s something that started in Nebraska and to bring it down to Texas and see so many people from the community – people I went to high school with and people who just wanted to rally around the cause – it really means a lot to me.”

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Where: 
Plano, TX