Help Stop Childhood Cancer

UGA Football Coaches Wives partner with the Aflac Cancer Center

How you can help

  • Purchase a Steve Penley T-shirt
    The one-of-a-kind Steve Penley design features the beloved bulldog with a butterfly on his nose. Money raised from T-shirt sales will go towards pediatric cancer research at the Aflac Cancer Center.
  • Tour Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall
    Take a behind the scenes tour of Butts-Mehre with the UGA Football Coaches Wives as your tour guides. This special opportunity includes lunch at the Classic Center including a special Q & A panel opportunity with former UGA greats. For more information on this event, contact Shelton Stevens at 404-785-7372.
  • Attend the G-Day Tailgate
    Join the Coaches Wives as they host a tailgate for the Spring Game. With your purchase of a limited edition football you will receive an invitation for two to the UGA Football Coaches Wives G-Day Tailgate, where you can pick up your ball, enjoy a catered lunch with former UGA football players and the coaches wives.
  • Attend the Gwinnett Baseball Classic
    Each year, the Gwinnett Baseball Classic is held during the month of March at Coolray Field–home of the Gwinnett Braves. This event features two of college's premiere baseball teams, the University of Georgia and a local rival.

About the UGA Football Coaches Wives Group

Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Children's Healthcare of AtlantaThe UGA Football Coaches Wives have partnered with the Aflac Cancer Center to help raise funds to combat childhood cancer. Proceeds raised will benefit pediatric cancer research at the Aflac Cancer Center of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta in honor of Kasyn Olivadotti.

In June 2011, 4-year-old Kasyn Olivadotti, daughter of UGA Linebacker Coach Kirk Olivadotti, was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). Kasyn is still undergoing an aggressive, rigorous and often painful series of treatments.

Knowing that Kasyn is receiving the best of care, the UGA Football Coaches Wives want to do something to honor this brave little girl. The Kasyn Cares Fund was established to benefit pediatric cancer research at the Aflac Cancer Center. With the help of friends and volunteers, the UGA Football Coaches Wives are working to raise important donations for this fund.