Funding Research for Pediatric Brain Cancer

 
 

Kenny Bell

ABOUT KENNY BELL:

He played college football at the University of Nebraska from 2010–14.  This former Nebraska Cornhusker currently hold records for career receiving yards (2,689) and career receptions (181).  He was drafted as a wide receiver by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the 2015 NFL Draft. 

Kenny has been involved with the Team Jack Foundation since it's inception.  He has been an amazing advocate for our cause.  He also has attended all Team Jack Foundation annual galas. 

Kenny is the son of Dan and Tami Campbell.  Tami is the chair of the Parent Alumni Chapter and has created her very own fundraiser for the Team Jack Foundation.  Support Tami and the Cycle Squad as they raise money for pediatric brain crain research. 

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WHY KENNY'S INVOLVED:

"I have chosen to be a part of the Team Jack Foundation because I want to be a part of raising national awareness for pediatric brain cancer, but even more importantly I want to make lasting memories with the children and their families. I was blessed with the opportunity to witness Jack take the handoff from Taylor Martinez and run 69 yards for what would be my personal favorite touchdown ever scored in Memorial stadium. I got to celebrate with him in the endzone and speak with him more about it after his ESPY award acceptance speech. I befriended one of the most amazing little girls I could have ever asked to meet who brought everyone around her happiness. These kinds of memories are why I have chosen to be a part of Team Jack. I intend to make a difference in pediatric brain cancer awareness and I look forward to building the Team Jack Alumni Family." - Kenny Bell

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