Kaidra’s Good Vibe Tribe Foundation was founded in 2020 by a group of inspired women, each of whom were one of Kaidra’s best friends. They were out enjoying Kaidra’s celebration of life at her favorite Mexican restaurant in Bismarck, ND reminiscing, sharing stories and knowing she was there in spirit. Suddenly, they realized they had to continue the #goodvibetribe she created as she fought her fight. With no idea how to move forward, they bought the domain name that night and let the journey begin. They came together to create a tribe of support for families affected by brain cancer with very minimal resources to help them navigate the world of women affected by brain cancer. By building a community with positivity and prayer they believed anything could be done. They wanted to share Kaidra’s story, inspire others and let them know they are not alone in their fight. Their mission is to inspire and give hope, strength and a family community to hundreds whom have been diagnosed with brain cancer. To do it with style, with fun, lots of pink and sunflowers everywhere!
Today, the Good Vibe Tribe has a board of directors whom connect remotely from across the US. Their focus is on financial assistance, quality of life, prayer support, college funding / memory boxes. Even though they are in the beginning stages they will serve 1 family a year and impact over 5,000 people (both woman and men diagnosed adults) throughout the year.
A parent diagnosed with brain cancer is the only requirement to become a Good Vibe Tribe Family. All services and programs are provided at no cost to the families.
Kaidra’s Good Vibe Tribe Foundation brings awareness and community to those fighting brain cancer by providing funding, support, and prayers similar to the way Kaidra was blessed through love.
Our vision is to alleviate the isolation many families feel at the time a parent is diagnosed and to offer support / programs for their children. We offer our love, strength, encouragement and understanding so that nobody will face the uncertain world of brain cancer alone.