GREEN BAY, Wis. — The 2nd annual Kendyn's Kause chili cook-off came to Green Bay on Saturday.
It's named after Kendyn Blaser, a young boy who died of sudden infant death syndrome when he was just three months old.
People who knew Kendyn say he was happy, healthy, and amazing until he passed.
This event is a way to raise awareness and funds.
"We've partnered with the Center for Childhood Safety that has a safe sleep program, to be able to donate Pack n Plays to family's who may not be able to afford their own," Kendyn's Kause co-founder Taren Conley said. "So that's one of the ways that we support our community here locally."
The event also helps fund research for SIDS.