Peaceful community event which gives     support, comfort, and healing to families     who live with or have lost a child to addictive behaviors.

SAVE THE DATE May 8 for the 2022 event !!

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Parkesburg Chapter, Kacie's Cause, Abe the Mini Horse Mascot



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From April 2013, Kacie’s Cause has been involved in numerous educational and community awareness sessions aimed at ensuring the surrounding communities are exposed to the many faces of drug addiction, with Heroin use as a central focus. In addition to “Town Hall” style meetings, Kacie’s Cause is actively involved in many aspects of community outreach and support. 

The Kacie’s Cause message has been well received and is supported by area

Towns, Churches, Rotary Clubs, the YMCA, Schools, Media outlets, as well as

Local and State Law Enforcement.

“I had the pleasure of attending two Town Hall Meetings and witnessing the presentations by Andy and the Kacie’s Cause team. The meetings were both emotional and informative. The message about heroin addiction is something everyone needs to hear regardless of our ages. I applaud Andy and his team and recommend they be invited to speak in any community”. 

Mayor Geoff Henry - Oxford, PA


“Heroin does not discriminate.  It destroys the lives of the rich and the poor, urban and rural, young and old.  Parents need to be aware of the warning signs and help save their children.  Volunteer organizations like Kacie’s Cause play a critical role in education and prevention.” 

Tom Hogan - District Attorney Chester County


“Dear Mr. Rumford…We at the Kennett Consolidated School District are extremely grateful for your work in bringing your anti-drug message and experiences out into the open. These are dangerous times for our youth and it is vital that children, young adults, parents, and educators are made aware of and work to eradicate this life threatening adversary.” 

Dr. Barry Tomasetti, Ed.D. , Superintendent, Kennett Consolidated School District


“Kacie’s life story and her untimely death are unveiled by Andy as he shares his daughter’s tragic story in manner that resonates a profound love and loss every parent fears, but needs to hear…heroin is tormenting our Nation, our communities and our families; Kacie’s Cause brings awareness and education to this problem!” 

Chief Gerald R. Simpson – New Garden Township Police


“The distribution of illegal drugs especially heroin is akin to terrorism, destroying one life at a time.  We all need to do our part working together and become involved with stopping it.   Kacie’s Cause is helping in a very important way to spread the word of the deadliness of heroin.  The movement is made up of people who are very dedicated and determined.   I have seen more public outreach now on the dangers of heroin through Kacie’s Cause than ever. “ 

Chief Edward A. Zunino - Kennett Square Police


“Kacie’s Cause is doing a wonderful job spreading the word about a terrible epidemic.  Keep telling your story and saving other families from the same fate”.

Melissa Nardo - Multi-Media Journalist Fox 43 News (



Car Shows open to Sports  Cars, Antique Cars, Street Rods & Trucks, Custom Cars, Tuners, and New Generations.  Family friendly with Awards, Bake Sales, and more.

Read More about the 2022 events and stay tuned for more car show dates & locations.



Currently awarded to graduating seniors who have met all eligibiity requirements as specified within the Kennett and/or Octorara school districts in service to others and maintaining a clean & sober lifestyle in the face of peer pressure.



Our Chapter members spend all the time they can out in the surrounding communities with the hope of helping others and providing them with knowledge about the Heroin epidemic.

You may see us at annual events such as the Kennett Square Mushroom Festival, and Community Days in Parkesburg, East Fallowfield, Atglen, Oxford & more, as well as 

at many school events.



Born from a community service project created by Octorara Area School District mentoring group, Girls Run The World, Kacie’s Kloset serves the young women of the area by
collecting and distributing formal dresses & other clothing to high school girls needing assistance with special events. This service is now operated at both the Octorara & Kennett High Schools.