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Katie DeCubellis was a visionary, mentor and friend. She was killed by a drunk driver. Katie was 13. The Katie DeCubellis Memorial Foundation continues her legacy by promoting youth leadership, supporting education, and generating public awareness of the dangers of drunk driving and substance abuse.
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17th Annual Road Race


The 17th annual KDMF 5K road race is scheduled for Jun 12, 2016. The race is the biggest fundraiser event for KDMF and is lots of fun for everyone. There are prizes for winning runners in all age / gender groups.

This year we have added a new category for school and youth organization TEAM awards. The TEAM awards will be given for the most participants on a team and the team with the best time.  We hope to see you and your team at the race!

Donations from local businesses will also be raffled off. Please join us for a day of fun. We look forward to seeing you there. Details and registration are located below:

Event Details
On-line Registration
Race Application Form


KDMF In The News

Meg DeCubellis selected as one of Eight honorees in Girl Scouts Leading Women Awards (Warwick Beacon)
Girl Scouts designate KDMF recipient of 2016 Cookie Sale Service Project (Warwick Beacon)
Cranston Runners Take Top Spots in Annual KDMF Race (The Cranston Patch)
Fox News Coverage (Fox Providence)
WJAR News Coverage (WJAR News)
16th Annual KDMF road race held Sunday (WPRI News)
16th Annual Katie DeCubellis Memorial Run/Walk Set for June 7 (Go Local Providence)
The Katie DeCubellis Memorial Foundation’s 16th Annual Memorial Run/Walk and Family Fun Day (eventbrite.com)
Author Bruce DeSilva announces KDMF writing contest winners (The Examiner)
Narragansett Girl Wins Top Prize in KDMF Writing Contests (The Patch)
Cranston student among recipients of foundation’s writing awards (Cranston Online)
Narragansett – South Kingstown High Schoolers: Win $1K in Writing Contest (The Patch)
KDMF and AAA announce annual writing contest with celebrity judge Bruce DeSilva (The Examiner)
Award-winning writer to judge student contest (Cranston on-line)
KDMF and AAA kick off 2015 reminding motorists to drive safely this new year (The Examiner)


In Memoriam

InMemoriam


Seeking New Board Members

Interested in supporting the KDMF? Please consider becoming a board member. The KDMF is seeking board members to support various initiatives. There are many areas where your unique talents could be used to benefit this important cause. To find out more contact us at:

Katie DeCubellis Memorial Foundation
P.O. Box 3188
Narragansett, RI 02882
foundation@kdmf.org

To apply, please fill out the form provided in the link below. Thank you for your consideration.
Board Member Application


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