"Braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, smarter than you think." -Pooh Bear (from Kim's Caring Bridge journal)
kim’s       daisy run
Kim Kopp Daisy Run
October 12, 2014
Littleton, CO

About the Kim Kopp Daisy Run:

The Kim Kopp Daisy Run was created to celebrate and honor the life of Kim Kopp. Kim passed  from a rare form of cancer. Every year her family and friends honor her memory with a 1K Fun Run and 5K Run/Walk in the magnificent Rocky Mountains, a place that holds special meaning for Kim and her family as well as in Ken Caryl Ranch, the community that gave so graciously of their time and energy while Kim was battling this disease.

The Mission:

To commemorate Kim's amazing, yet abbreviated life; to raise money for local family in Colorado with a terminally ill parent, and to raise awareness about the devastating realities of cervical cancer.   

Why daisies?

They were Kim's favorite flowers. The illustrations you see on these pages were drawn by Kim's children Soren, Allie-Grace, Ethan, and Meghan,  ages 4, 11, 14, and 15 (at the time drawn).   

Please join us in Ken-Caryl, CO to run in Kim's memory, cheer on the competitors on course, or by simply donating to the cause. All proceeds from the Daisy Run will go to the Kim Kopp Charitable Foundation.

The Kim Kopp Charitable Foundation has been created to help families in Colorado:

- raise money for afflicted families and promote awareness of cervical cancer through the annual Kim Kopp Daisy Run

- partner with cancer centers to identify young families in need of housekeeping services during time of cancer treatments