mission & vision
No need is too small and no voice is too quiet to be heard. We will devote the time and energy necessary to educate, advocate and fund research to help improve the lives of kids with cancer.
Nadia Irvin - Treasurer
Hundreds of people volunteer for us each year and make the difference in the lives of thousands. We teach kids how to start their own fundraising programs and provide valuable skills. Find out how to become our partner.
Greg Stedman - Director
2009 - Shredfest is born at The Roxy, Los Angeles. 10 kid bands, celebrity judges, and silent auction items raise $5,000 and provide support for their peers who are battling cancer.
2010 - Shred Kids' Cancer becomes a 501c3 and expands to offer a variety of fundraising events and programs with kids in charge.
2015 - Shred Kids' Cancer extends its reach geographically across the nation holding more than 30 events funding multiple clinical trials helping kids across the nation.
Shred Kids' Cancer has been featured on Good Morning America, Fox News CT, KTLA, The CW, ABC, Nickelodeon, Yahoo News, Hartford Courant, and Ventura County News and been the recipient of The World of Children Award, National Prudential Spirit of The Community Award, Gloria Barron Hero Award, Points of Light, Ask, Listen, Learn Superstar and more.
To date Shred Kids' Cancer has held over 25 events and raised well over $500,000 to fund 10 clinical trials some of which would not have started without Shred Kids' Cancer.
Shred Kids' Cancer is a 501c(3) organization Federal ID # is 27-3541000
Helping our friends who had cancer was initially a simple reflex and was supposed to be a one-time event but it became a life-long journey. We are so fortunate to be able to help improve the lives of others and look forward to continuing to partner on the fundraising side and Teagan on the science research side of the equation with some of the most passionate and driven individuals on the globe.
Teagan and Hudson Stedman
Cancer Survivor Alex with Hudson Stedman and Teagan speaking to youth at City Year LA in 2011
Kelly Stedman - Secretary
Allowing thousands of kids the chance to advocate for their peers who have cancer by providing a way to give back has garnered national attention and awards.