NNCCF Programs

Scholarships Awarded to 19 Childhood Cancer Survivors

Press Release – Scholarships Awarded to 19 Childhood Cancer Survivors   (Reno, NV) – Northern Nevada Children’s Cancer Foundation (NNCCF) awarded scholarships to 19 young adults at the Inspire Scholarship ceremony on July 26, 2018, at The Grove. The Inspire Program helps young adults who battled childhood cancer, or are currently in treatment, to continue […]
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Children’s Cancer Foundation Presents Ten New iPads to Renown Children’s Hospital.

Press Release – Children’s Cancer Foundation Presents Ten New iPads to Renown Children’s Hospital. (Reno, NV) – The Northern Nevada Children’s Cancer Foundation (NNCCF) presented ten new iPads to Renown Children’s Hospital for their new infusion center on Thursday, June 7, 2018. One iPad was supplied for each seat in the infusion center, fulfilling the […]
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Young adults can be considered children, too

By Lindsey Gross Northern Nevada Children’s Cancer Foundation (NNCCF) has a broader definition of “child” than most foundations. While NNCCF helps many children under the age of 18, the foundation also provides financial support for young adults under the age of 21*. Unfortunately, some families with young adults battling cancer are unaware that they are […]
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So Where Do Our Funds Go?

By Natalie Van Hoozer There is one topic that is always relevant to charity organizations: the use of funds. Many people who would like to donate money to charities hold reservations when donating because they are unsure where those funds might ultimately go. We at NNCCF agree that these concerns are completely valid. Recently, four […]
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