The largest high school soccer tournament in the state is run by volunteers. However, the most impressive part is these volunteers do it on behalf of families whose children are diagnosed with cancer. This year the Kid’s Sake Foundation is providing a vehicle to a family that has a 2 year old fighting for her life, going through chemo and radiation treatments. The father is working to support his wife and four young children, including Sophia, the two year old battling cancer. Dad is putting all his efforts into providing for his young family; Mom is physically worn out tending to her little girl full-time and caring for the other three children. The Kid’s Sake Foundation is the beneficiary of the 19th Annual Hickory Point Invitational Soccer Tournament so they are able to provide a vehicle to this family. Twenty-four teams, 16 boys and 8 girls, will travel from their local high schools from across Florida to descend in Tavares, Florida from December 29-31, 2014. They compete at the Varsity level during their winter break. The teams arrive excited to compete while supporting a great cause. More than 2,000 athletes, family members, coaches, and spectators gather to watch the competitive games. We invite you to join us in “Kicking….for the Kid’s Sake” by becoming a sponsor, making an online donation, or attending the Hickory Point Invitational Soccer Tournament.