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Save the Date!
November 15th, 2024
More information coming soon!

Join us for a night of fun and the chance to win prizes and giveaways all while helping local children. Beginner and experienced players are welcome.

The team at NNCCF would like to thank our sponsors, community, and everyone who attended the 16th Annual “All in for Childhood Cancer” Poker Tournament presented by Microsoft! Save the date for the 17th Annual All In for Childhood Cancer Poker Tournament on October 17th, 2024!

Save the date for Dozers & Dirt 2024 on September 21st!

Join us and get dirty digging-in your shovels to support local children battling cancer. We invite big and little kids alike to operate more than 35 pieces of heavy construction equipment, experience up-close displays of the RAVEN helicopter, a bomb unit, police cars, fire trucks, and more. We are pulling out all the stops to support Northern Nevada children and are excited about this partnership.

All proceeds benefit the Northern Nevada Children’s Cancer Foundation.

Northern Nevada Children’s Cancer Foundation has been helping local families in our community since 2000 and is the only non-profit in the region solely dedicated to childhood cancer. NNCCF has provided more than $8 million in direct financial assistance to local families, all through local funding. NNCCF can only continue to assist local childhood cancer families through the generosity of community partners, like you, and fundraisers like Dozers &Dirt.

For more information contact Jessica at 775.825.0888 or jessicalee@nnccf.org to learn more.

The NNCCF team would like to thank our community, everyone who attended the 2023 Dozers & Dirt, and our event hosts Rilite Aggregate!

Thank you to our 2023 Dozers & Dirt Committee: 

Chair: Jared Hosefros, Empire Equipment ∙ Brian Barger, Patriot Contractors ∙ Brian Dosh, Quick Space ∙ Chris Echard, Ames Construction ∙ Cory Solferino, Washoe Co. Sheriff’s Office ∙ Dana Taylor, Empire Equipment ∙ Eric Pender, Q&D Construction ∙ Eric Schacht, Continental Tire ∙ Jeff McCaskill, Washoe Co. Sheriff’s Office ∙ Jesse Steverman, Lepori Construction ∙ Jessica Hiatt, A & K Earth Movers ∙ Joe Vietti, Rilite Aggregate ∙ Kevin Linderman, Q&D Construction ∙ Liane Cinkovich, Ledcor Construction ∙ Leslie Masterpool, Washoe Co. Sheriff’s Office ∙ Leslie Skinner, Spanish Springs Construction ∙ Meagan Noin, MN|G Partners, Inc. ∙ Mike Soukup, Granite Construction ∙ Molly Dillon ∙ The NNCCF Team ∙ Ron Brooks ∙ Russ Pedersen, Retd. Washoe Co. Sheriff’s Office ∙ Sawyer Bullock, Soil-Tech ∙ Shirley Folkins-Roberts, Panattoni Develop. ∙ Stacia Merrill, Q&D Construction ∙ Tamara Dethmers, Nevada Barricade & Sign Co. ∙ Tony Guerra, Western Nevada Materials ∙ Ty Rogers, Quick Space ∙ Victoria Mason, The Row

And a special thank you to our 2023 Dozers & Dirt Sponsors:

Presenting Title Sponsor: Ford Motor Company

Bulldozer Sponsors: Ledcor Group ∙ THE ROW ∙ Volition, Inc.

Haul Truck Sponsor: GRC Nevada Inc.

Excavator Sponsors: Peek Brothers Construction ∙ Road & Highway Builders

Operator Sponsors: American Ready-Mix ∙ Spanish Springs Construction ∙ Western Nevada Materials

Children’s Shirt Sponsor: Washoe County Sheriff’s Office

Volunteer Shirt Sponsor: Southern Tire Mart

Loader, Backhoe, and Mini Ex Sponsors: A & K Earthmovers ∙ Acme Rigging & Supply Co. ∙ Advanced Asphalt ∙ Albright & Associates, LTD. ∙ Alston Construction ∙ Ames Construction ∙ Apex Saw & Tool ∙ BJ Rees’s Enterprise ∙ Black Rock Construction ∙ Bonanno Concrete, Inc. ∙ Builders Association Charity ∙ California Industrial Rubber Co. ∙ Capurro Trucking ∙ Cashman Equipment ∙ CC Welding ∙ CFL Construction, Inc. ∙ Charles River Laboratories ∙ CMC Tire Inc. ∙ Coan Equipment of Nevada, Inc. ∙ Country Financial ∙ Crawford Security Group, LLC ∙ Diversified Consulting Services ∙ Farr Construction Corporation ∙ Farwest Insulation Contracting ∙ Featherlite of Reno, Inc. ∙ Fortis Construction ∙ Gerhardt & Berry Construction ∙ GoodFellow Corporation ∙ Granite Construction ∙ Greater Nevada Credit Union ∙ Have Lights Will Travel, Inc. ∙ Helix Electric ∙ High Sierra Industries ∙ Hunt & Sons, Inc. ∙ Intermountain Electric ∙ Kimball Equipment Company ∙ Komatsu Equipment Company ∙Krueger Lans Team ∙ L&H Concrete, LLC ∙ Lakeside Specialized Transportation ∙ Gary Leuthold ∙ Lincoln Heating & Air Conditioning ∙ Martin-Harris Construction, LLC ∙ McDonald Carano ∙ MDB Trucking ∙ MEI Rigging & Crating ∙ Michael Hohl Motor Company ∙ Kevin Miyar ∙ Morrey Distributing ∙ Mountain Machinery Repair, Inc. ∙ MSM Sheet Metal & Steel Fabrication, Inc. ∙ Neeser Construction ∙ Nevada Barricade & Sign Company Inc. ∙ NewFields ∙ No-IP ∙ Panattoni Development ∙ Patriot Contractors ∙ Peavine Construction ∙ Summer Pellett ∙ Plumbers & Pipefitters U.A. Local 350 ∙ Purcell Tires ∙ Quick Space ∙ Reno Rodeo Association ∙ Renown Health ∙ RHP Mechanical Systems ∙ RR Painting, LLC ∙ Sierra Nevada Construction ∙ Sierra Rental and Transport Co, Inc. ∙ Soil Tech ∙ Sync Aggregate ∙ Teichert ∙ The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company ∙ The Roost, LLC ∙ Thompson Garage Doors ∙ Truckee Tahoe Lumber Company ∙ Vasko Electric, Inc. ∙ Waste Management ∙ WESCO ∙ Western Industrial Parts, Inc. ∙ Western Turf & Hardscapes ∙ Westex Consulting Engineers ∙ Wharton Concrete Forming Supply of Nevada ∙ Doctor Robin White

Each year we ask the community to “Shave for the Brave” and go bald in support of childhood cancer research. In partnership with the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, NNCCF’s annual Shave for the Brave events have raised more than $3.6 million since 2006. We have shaved more than 4,900 local heads! Part of NNCCF’s mission is to advocate for increased research funds with hopes one day our kids will be cancer-free.

Here’s how our Shave for the Brave event works:

“Shavees” raise money by collecting pledges from family members and friends in support of childhood cancer research. Shavees can fundraise individually or join a team. “Barbers” are certified cosmetologists who volunteer for the event, and shave participants’ heads until all the hair is gone! Men, women and children participate in this inspiring event.

Whether you decide to shave your head, volunteer to raise money another way, or make a donation, please join us to give kids with cancer the long, healthy lives they deserve. The St. Baldrick’s Foundation and the NNCCF team can’t wait to see what our community can do.

“They say two heads are better than one, so a whole team of bald heads is way better than one bald head.” – St. Baldrick’s Foundation.

For more information contact Jessica at 775.825.0888 or jessicalee@nnccf.org to learn more.

The Know the Gold Campaign is a six-month-long community-driven effort to raise funds for local kids. The William N. Pennington Foundation committed to matching all donations, dollar-for-dollar, to our Know the Gold Campaign up to $600,000. Throughout the campaign and at our grand finale radiothon, our incredible community rallied around these young cancer warriors and, with additional matches from Alston Construction, Panattoni Development, and Scheels, raised above and beyond our goal! The William N. Pennington Foundation surprised us by matching all donations to the Know the Gold Campaign at the full $775,000! On average, NNCCF assists 150 families each year, and the funds raised during the campaign help support our programs and services throughout the year. The campaign launched on September 1st, 2023, during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. The gold ribbon is the national symbol of childhood cancer. This is why we ask that you #KnowtheGold and help us build awareness.

We are so grateful for the outpouring of community support for our Know the Gold Campaign on February 9th at Scheels! The finale was a 12-hour radiothon fundraiser live on Cumulus radio stations KBUL 98.1, KOH 780 News Talk, Wild 102.9, and 95.5 The Vibe. Thousands of community members and businesses participated in the radiothon by listening on the radio, listening live on Alexa, joining us on social media, calling into the phone bank, or stopping by Scheels to help us surpass our $600,000 goal!

A special thank you to the William N. Pennington Foundation for matching all campaign funds up to $775,000 and our campaign partners Cumulus Radio, SCHEELS, Panattoni Development, and Alston Construction for their constant support for northern Nevada’s young cancer warriors!

For more information, contact Jessica at 775.825.0888 or jessicalee@nnccf.org to learn more.

The Annual Tournament of Hope is hosted on the beautiful PGA course at Montreux Golf and Country Club. This course will provide a beautiful backdrop for a great day of golf and philanthropy as we raise money to assist local children and their families in their battle against childhood cancer. Since the inaugural event in 2005, generous donors have raised more than $2 million at our Tournament of Hope. We look forward to new milestones and welcome you to join us at this special event.



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