• Chili Cook-off Contestants (2023)
    Chili Cook-off Contestants (2023)

    Contestants for the 4th Annual Chili Cook-off are ready for the public to taste their chili.

  • St. Baldrick's ChiliFest Crowd
    St. Baldrick's ChiliFest Crowd

    Chili lovers of all ages sampling green and red chili inside the Pueblo West Fire Station.

  • ChiliFest Winner (2023)
    ChiliFest Winner (2023)

    Green and Red Chili Fest winners gather for a photo with Brad Riccillo, the Captain of SuperTeam PCSO on Nov 18, 2023

Welcome to SuperTeam PCSO!

Hello! My name is Brad Riccillo and I am the Captain of SuperTeam PCSO. The members of SuperTeam PCSO shave their heads yearly to help raise money for childhood cancer research!

Mission Statement: Superteam PCSO - "People Choosing to Serve Others."

The members of SuperTeam PCSO organize fundraisers in the Pueblo community in order to raise awareness (and funds) for childhood cancer.

This is my 10th year of participation and this promises to be the biggest to date.

Please visit our Facebook page for updates and news about the events in the community. Oh, and another thing, this is YOUR community, if you have any ideas for fundraisers....please contact me and let's talk!

Did you know that kids' cancers are different from adult cancers? It's true. And childhood cancer research is extremely underfunded. So I decided to do something about it by raising money for cures.

Now I need your help! Will you make a donation? Every dollar makes a difference for the thousands of infants, children, teens, and young adults fighting childhood cancers.

Below are four ways to donate to Superteam PCSO!



Eight (8) Successful Years



$45, 559



Get In Touch

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  • About Childhood Cancer

    More children are lost to cancer in the U.S. than any other disease—in fact, more than many other childhood diseases combined.
  • How big is the problem?

    Before they turn 20, about 1 in 285 children in the U.S. will have cancer.
  • How Often Does It Happen?

    Worldwide, a child is diagnosed every 2 minutes.