The Calgary Stampeders are proud to partner with The Kids Cancer Care Foundation of Alberta.

Kids Cancer Care is a registered charity that supports children and families during their family’s cancer crises.

Prior to the formal start of a partnership in 2014, the Stampeders had previously worked with Kids Cancer Care, particularly with the foundation’s PEER program.

The Stamps player rep is receiver Marquay McDaniel.

To bring attention to the cause, McDaniel and his fellow receivers wear gold shoelaces in their cleats during a practice in September, which is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Gold is the recognized colour of children’s cancer agencies across North America representing the fight against children’s cancer.