"Figure skating was an important stepping stone in my life and has taught me that discipline and hard work are keys to being successful."
I have always had a strong desire to help young children who are struggling with cancer. This is why I formed Ice Skate For A Cure. Since I was a little girl I have had a love for Disneyland, the happiest place on earth. I hold so many fond memories there. A day of celebration at Disneyland will be a memorable experience for the cancer-free patients and their families!
I have also been very active around the local Orange County Community and within my high school, Santa Margarita Catholic High School. I am currently part of the JV song team at my school. I am also a member/officer in a national charity group, Assisteens. Although I am not skating any longer, I am a member of the Orange County Figure Skating Club.
I’m very happy to have created Ice Skate For A Cure and look forward to raising thousands of dollars for the families of CHOC hospital.
Ice Skate For A Cure was founded by Aubrey Davenport in 2015. She began skating at the age of 3-years old and was a competitive skater until 2015.
During her skating career, she competed in over 100 local and regional skating competitions and was a nationally ranked skater.
She was coached by Olympic and world skating champions, Todd Sand and Jenni Meno, and choreographer, Christine Binder.