A Giant Event for Childhood Cancer with Giants Broadcaster Mike Krukow

(Reno, NV) – The Northern Nevada Children’s Cancer Foundation (NNCCF) is pleased to announce a special evening with San Francisco Giants Emmy Award-winning broadcaster and former major league pitcher, Mike Krukow, along with his wife, Jennifer Krukow, at the second annual A Giant Event for Childhood Cancer.

United in the fight against cancer, this event will benefit northern Nevada children with cancer, along with supporting research through the Posey Family Fellowship and Research Grants. Guests will enjoy a lively evening with music, food, and one-of-a-kind live and silent auction items, including a custom gold ribbon guitar signed by Willie Mays and Barry Bonds, a signed Sandy Koufax jersey, a spring training experience package, and much more.

Tickets: $750 per attendee
When: Wednesday, August 21, 2019 – 6 p.m.
Where: Reno, Nevada – event address provided upon RSVP
Donate online: www.nvchildrenscancer.org/donate

To learn more, please visit www.nvchildrenscancer.org/giants

Supporters interested in attending are encouraged to email Briley@nvchildrenscancer.org or call the NNCCF office at (775)825-0888. Tickets are subject to availability.

1 out of 185 children in the United States will be diagnosed with cancer before the age of 20. This event helps local families in the fight and encourages more support for research and a cure. In its first year, this event raised more than $74,000 for the cause. Since 2000, NNCCF has supported local families with more than $4.6 million dollars in support through financial and emotional assistance during and after a child’s diagnosis.

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The Northern Nevada Children’s Cancer Foundation is the region’s only non-profit solely dedicated to serving local children and their families affected by childhood cancer. NNCCF’s programs and services include the Family Assistance Fund, Inspire survivorship program, Hope for the Holidays program and emotional support through counseling and family activities. For more information, call (775) 825-0888, visit www.nvchildrenscancer.org or follow on social media @NVKidsCancer.