LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Every year, the Kids Cancer Alliance gives children battling the disease a bit of a break.
Hundreds get to attend Indian Summer Oncology Camp.
Saturday night, the Kids Cancer Alliance held a fundraiser at the Omni Louisville Hotel to make sure the experience is free for the children.
WAVE 3 News' Kevin Harned was the auctioneer, helping to raise those funds at Concert for a Cause.
Auction items included a trip to Tuscany for four, an evening of fine dining at Porcini and Keeneland box seats for 12 and a bottle of 23-year-old Pappy Van Winkle.
This is the 37th year for the Indian Summer Camp.
The Kids Cancer Alliance offers recreational and camp activities year-round for kids with cancer and their families. The once-in-a-lifetime experiences are designed to provide experiences to learn, grow, build friendships and have fun.