Giving Tuesday and Helping Local Children

If you’re looking for a local charity to give to during the holidays, consider the Northern Nevada Children’s Cancer Foundation! We are a nonprofit located in Reno, Nevada, helping northern Nevada children diagnosed with cancer. November 28, 2017 is #GivingTuesday Here are some examples of what your gift could provide: – Masks for children with […]
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Rock the Fall

  Happy first day of fall! We are officially in pumpkin season – pumpkin coffee, pumpkin cookies and pumpkin candles! Check out these 8 ways to rock the fall while raising funds for kids affected by cancer. 1. Pumpkin Carving Contest – Pumpkin carving is a perfect way to engage the kids and show off […]
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September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

      This September, help spread the word about childhood cancer and how our foundation helps local kids fight off cancer! Rally friends, family and community members to raise awareness and donate to support a local child. The national symbol of childhood cancer is the gold ribbon and NNCCF is giving away free gold […]
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Office Renovations

By: Lindsey Gross NNCCF Staff members visiting Victory Woodworks After two weeks of plastic tarps blocking doorways, hammering sounds, the smell of saw dust and fresh paint, the renovations in our office are complete. NNCCF’s 3,000sqft building is now equipped with four additional office spaces with sliding barn doors, a volunteer workspace, updated electrical wiring […]
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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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Meet Rock Star Kyra and Fireman Kahuena

Here are two amazing kids that are overcoming cancer. They are excited for the future and are ready to grow up cancer free. Meet the Rock Star, Kyra, and Fireman, Kahuena! Rock Star Kyra Fireman Kahuena
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Know the Gold Radiothon

By Natalie Van Hoozer NNCCF supporters, thank you all for calling, attending, and volunteering at our Know the Gold Radiothon on Friday, January 29. The energy was wonderful, and it is events like this one that help us motivate the community to make a difference in the fight against children’s cancer. We would like to […]
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This Season’s Gift-Giving at NNCCF

By Natalie Van Hoozer It’s holiday time! But what does that mean at NNCCF? For starters, we cannot thank everyone enough for the gifts donated to us for the holidays. But did you know that we now have another way you can show love to our families? View our holiday giving fundraiser here and when […]
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September: A Big Month for NNCCF!

By Natalie Van Hoozer September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, so all of us at NNCCF are gearing up for an action-packed, fun month of advocacy. Here are some of our upcoming events and projects: “Childhood Cancer Awareness Month”: The month of September is a nationally recognized time for special attention to be focused on […]
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Diana and Karl brought in the proceeds from the Charles River Technical Operations bake sale fundraiser. Over 100 people participated in raising money for NNCCF and we are so grateful for their efforts!View on Facebook

Stockings, stockings, and more stockings! Bishop Manogue JV girls basketball pulled out all the stops for our families.View on Facebook

Thank you Reno Renegade Sams for paying us a visit and spreading cheer. We are grateful for your donation.View on Facebook

Check out upcoming community partner events that benefit our foundation - from photos with Darth Vader Santa to Ugly Christmas Sweater parties, we have it all! Tickets are available for many of these events: on Facebook

Amaya and her big sister showing us their beautiful dresses - we love seeing their smiling faces. Amaya was diagnosed with leukemia as a baby and is now cancer free.View on Facebook

Today is the day! Help local children as they battle cancer this holiday season. #GivingTuesday on Facebook