Press release –
(Reno, NV) – The Northern Nevada Children’s Cancer Foundation (NNCCF) and San Francisco Giants broadcasters, Mike Krukow, Jon Miller, Duane Kuiper and Dave Flemming, will virtually host the third annual A Giant Event for Childhood Cancer. This event supports children who are battling cancer in northern Nevada.
The San Francisco Giants broadcasters will tell unheard stories, recollect memorable baseball moments and guarantee a couple of horselaughs between the broadcasters and fans alike. This event will feature one-of-a-kind auction items, including sports memorabilia, custom gold ribbon guitars autographed by baseball legends including Barry Bonds, experience packages and much more.
A Giant Event for Childhood Cancer will also feature special guests, Buster Posey, catcher for the San Francisco Giants, and his wife Kristen Posey, who have made it their mission to raise awareness and funds for childhood cancer.
Wednesday, February 10, 2021, 6PM-7:30PM
Virtual broadcast and online auction – link available upon purchase
Tickets, Social and Sponsor Packages
Call: (775) 351-1064
Learn More: www.NVChildrensCancer.org/Giants
United in the fight against cancer, A Giant Event for Childhood Cancer will benefit NNCCF and local children, along with supporting childhood cancer research through the Posey Family Research Grants. NNCCF has provided $5.6 million in direct financial assistance to families in northern Nevada affected by childhood cancer and has raised $3 million in support for finding better treatments and a cure for childhood cancer. NNCCF assists approximately 120 families each year who actively seek assistance for costs associated with medical bills, travel related to treatment, loss of work and income due to their child’s diagnosis, emotional support programs and more. The Posey Family Research Grants has raised more than $4 million for pediatric cancer research since 2016.
The Northern Nevada Children’s Cancer Foundation is celebrating 20 years of providing help, hope and courage to local children battling cancer. NNCCF is the only non-profit in the region solely dedicated to childhood cancer, and has provided $5.6 million in direct financial support to families. NNCCF’s programs and services include the Family Assistance Fund, Inspire survivorship program, Hope for the Holidays program and emotional support through end-of-treatment celebrations and family activities. For more information, call (775) 825-0888, visit www.nvchildrenscancer.org or follow on social media @NVKidsCancer.