Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation

As the father of 4 beautiful and healthy children, I know the fear and worry that I carry that pain or suffering would come to any of my children.

That is why the Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation is one of the charities that I hold dear in my heart. No parent should have to face the possibility of losing their child. The sad fact is that many do. While I cannot spare them the challenges that they face on their journey to fight children’s cancer, I can make sure that they are not alone in their fight. And, you can, too.

To support the children and their families who are battling illness and pain, I raised over $40,000 and shaved my head completely bald! That’s right; completely bald. Please take a moment to help me support these children.

They need your assistance. Please email me at to help me support these children.

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Since 1993, the Mission of the Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation has been to work side by side with the medical community to provide social, emotional, educational, financial, and psychological support services and programs to families of ALL children diagnosed with a life-threatening or critical illness.

The charity supports families of children suffering from cancer, HIV/AIDS, sickle cell, hemophilia, renal disorders, and other immunologic diseases.

The foundation offers over 25 programs and services facilitated by caring professionals and staff members to ensure that critically ill children and their families are given hope for the future and the strength and courage to fight the daily battle against their disease.

This charity works tirelessly to fulfill the needs of families facing the battle against terminal illness, including: assistance in supplying a child’s required medication, providing transportation for doctor appointments, providing food and clothes to struggling families, offering free psychological counseling to those without insurance, and providing the opportunity for children to continue their education while they battle their disease.

Most importantly, they take these frightened children and their families by the hand and let them know they won’t go through this alone.

“I strongly support this organization. If you are able, I ask you to join me in supporting these children and their families.”

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