FIND YOUR WHY
Delivering Hope is a feature film documentary that tells the ultimate story of people coming together for something bigger than themselves. On November 16, 2019, eight days before his 50th birthday, ultra-runner Kevin Kline set out to become the first person in history to run the northernmost 300 miles of Alaska's dangerous Dalton Highway, in winter, to raise awareness for children battling pediatric cancer. Traversing the world's 10th most dangerous road Kline and his crew face a hostile environment of -40F temperatures on a road made of ice in near total darkness to run an 8lb backpack full of childhood cancer names to the virtual top of the world. When Kline's body shuts down after 200 miles, the crew is faced with a life-changing dilemma.
FILM PRO presents DELIVERING HOPE in association with SNOWDROP FOUNDATION, INC.,
starring KEVIN KLINE TRISH KLINE SCOTT TYNER BRIAN ANDERSON JEFF KING DAVE SMITH
edited by JORDAN ORSAK GARRY CHACON KEVIN KLINE
cinematography by MARCEL MELANSON, REESE REISSIG
executive produced by SNOWDROP FOUNDATION, INC., KEVIN KLINE, TRISH KLINE
produced by JORDAN ORSAK, GARY CHACON, SCOTT FELIX
directed by JORDAN ORSAK
The Snowdrop Foundation
The snowdrop is the first flower to bloom in the spring, even blooming when snow is still on the ground. It is a hearty flower, nearly indestructible by nature. Childhood cancer patients demonstrate indestructible attitudes and spirit while battling the life threatening illness of childhood cancer.
The snowdrop symbolizes hope and purity. Snowdrop Foundation celebrates the hope that one day a cure for all childhood cancers will be found allowing the purity of every child to remain untouched by the devastating diagnosis of cancer.
The snowdrop comes in twenty different varieties but still only has one color, white. Childhood cancer comes in many varieties, but it still has only has one effect, to destroy.
Snowdrop Foundation provides scholarships for college bound pediatric cancer patients and childhood cancer survivors while raising awareness and funding for continued research to cure childhood cancer.