We develop champions

Champions Committed to KIDS was formed with one purpose–to give KIDS who are fighting chronic illnesses or a disability a chance to feel what it’s like to be part of an athletic team while building lifelong friendships.

Champions Committed to KIDS gives hope and inspiration to the KIDS and their parents.  Athletes and coaches witness the increase in self-confidence and self-esteem in our KIDS. Not only do the KIDS show confidence when they are with the team, but it carries into their daily routine. CCK is committed to helping your child and making them feel like a champion.

“This program has impacted our life in such a great way! We have a team of inspirational people that look forward to seeing Aaliyah when games come. They all include her and are excited to see her. They are teaching her to be more expressive and to be independent. I get to see her come out of her shell and enjoy herself. She has gained a whole new addition to her family! I love to watch them with her, because they are all so sweet and genuinely care about Aaliyah! Thank you CCK!”

Tahlia Delgado

Meet Victor

Victor is 17 years old and is a senior at Reeds Spring High School. He is championed by the Reeds Spring Boys Basketball team. 

Meet Ashlynn

Ashlynn is 14 years old and attends Ozark Junior High. She is championed by the Ozark Lady Tigers basketball team. 

Meet Kane

Kane is 10 years old and lives in Springfield, MO. He is championed by the Drury University baseball team. 


Date: Cancelled due to COVID-19

Springfield, MO


Date: Fall 2020

Ozark, MO


$600 sponsors a child for a whole year. Please consider a donation that supports our kids directly.  Our goal Is to support 25 new kids for this year.


Every Dollar Counts

Every dollar counts at Champions Committed to KIDS. All too often we feel like what we are able to give is insignificant, and that’s just not the case. No amount is too small and every dollar can make a difference.


Contact us today to inspire and develop champions by creating a special bond between children with medical conditions and disabilities with local athletic teams.