About RCB

Mission Statement:

Red Corner Benefit is a non-profit charity dedicated to raising funds and awareness for local children battling cancer.  Our annual Benefit, hosted on the 3rd Saturday of every October, consists of live music, food, drinks, face painting, pumpkin painting, a mobile zip line, a petting zoo, bonfires, sky lanterns, and a generously donated professional fireworks show all comprised to raise funds for a local child fighting cancer.  Each year a new child is chosen with the help of all previous recipient families, friends, and organizers of RCB. Our goal is to raise awareness of the number of children fighting cancer, to give them the financial and emotional support needed during such difficult times, and to create a very special day in each child’s life to help combat the daily struggles they endure during their battle. The Red Corner Benefit is a group effort of family, friends, neighbors, and local businesses – an entire community coming together to fight childhood cancer one child at a time.

Red Corner Benefit is the continuum of a great 13 year tradition that began as a yearly fall road trip from Los Angeles to the San Francisco Bay area to attend The Bridge School Benefit. The Bridge School is a non-profit organization whose mission is to ensure that individuals with severe speech and physical impairments achieve full participation in their communities through the use of augmentative and alternative means of communication. The Bridge School Benefit was founded, and has been subsequently hosted, by Neil and Pegi Young since its inception on October 13, 1986.

Kiki and friends – RCB I

After years of supporting the Bridge School Benefit, and in light of a move back to the east coast, the idea to form our own Benefit that could be shared with our friends and family came to fruition.  After reading a newspaper article about a local child, Kiki Fox, in the midst of her battle against Neuroblastoma, (a rare form of pediatric cancer), it was more then apparent who the first Red Corner Benefit should be dedicated to. Along with being incredibly impacted by Kiki and seeing first hand what these kids and their families go through, the inspiration for the ongoing cause was solidified.

Long may we run…


Berks Mont News

Annual Red Corner Benefit raises $9,000 for Branden

Lancaster Farming

Red Corner Benefit Celebrates Life, Helps Families Face Challenges of Childhood Cancer

The Pottstown Mercury

3,000 come to Red Corner Benefit to help family of teen with cancer

Red Corner Benefit aids children with cancer for 10th year

Community rallies to raise awareness of childhood cancer at Red Corner Benefit, Douglassville

Crowds raise money for childhood cancer at 8th Annual Red Corner Benefit

Red Corner Benefit returns to help 11-year-old with cancer

Music and family fun lined up for Red Corner Benefit

Red Corner Benefit supports battle against cancer

Reading Eagle

Red Corner Benefit for pediatric cancer rocks for 3-year-old girl

Red Corner Benefit: Thousands having fun and helping Gilbertsville teen with cancer

Red Corner Benefit suffers losses but just keeps swimming [Listen Up]

Can’t keep a good kid down: Fleetwood cancer patient Jackie T fighting back

Red Corner Benefit is all in for Jackson Radcliffe

Red Corner Benefit helps young cancer patients

Union Township couple stages benefit concert