Damon’s Rally Cap Charity Pitch-in For Hope


On June 10, nearly 130 people spent their evening honoring the legacy of Damon Owen and raising funds for cancer patients and their families during Damon’s Rally Cap Pitch-in for Hope fundraising event. This year’s event was held in early June to celebrate what would have been Damon’s 40th birthday. 

The evening included dinner, a silent auction and a live performance from The Voice contestant Matt Snook. Area businesses and Damon’s Rally Cap supporters donated nearly 60 silent auction items, which raised more than $4,000.

After dinner, founder of Damon’s Rally Cap Charity Amy Owen-Johnson provided a few remarks about the impact Damon’s Rally Cap has had in the community. Amy introduced two individuals the charity has helped, providing supporters a firsthand look at how their donations are making a difference.

In total, the event generated more than $7,500, which will go directly to individuals battling cancer. The event has collectively raised more than $13,500 over the last two years.

Amy started Damon’s Rally Cap Charity to honor Damon’s legacy and help other families whose lives have been shattered by a cancer diagnosis. Since its inception, the charity has provided assistance to several individuals impacted by cancer, delivered a variety of Rally Packs, partnered with the KU Cancer Center in Kansas City to deliver meals to patients undergoing treatment and donated more than 100 items as well as $500 to Children’s Mercy Hospitals and Clinics. 

Thank you to event sponsors, volunteers and attendees. As a result of your generous support, Damon’s Rally Cap can help those suffering from cancer rally with hope.


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