Xclaim, by Ruckus wireless, graciously donated access points which allows our staff and patients access to the internet and network while they are mobile. Their products deliver high performance wi-fi with ease of use provided by their cloud management platform.
Qminder has donated our check-in software. This has helped our clinic keep an eye on patient check-in times and wait times. Quminder helps greet customers informs us on their arrival.
Cylance, a revolutionizing cybersecurity software with AI based solutions that predict and prevent execution of advance threats and malware at each desktop, donated licenses for our desktops and servers. Having Cylance gives our clinic state-of-the-art protection and security alerts.
Microsoft generously awarded us a grant through their software donation program. This grant provides us access to the latest desktop, server and application software to help keep our team members more secure.
LabCorp matches Cure 4 the Kids Foundation’s Charity Care Program by placing qualifying patients on the same sliding scale for payment, based on income and a family snapshot. LabCorp also provides two employees to do blood draws, assist preparing specimens, perform screenings, and tests.
The principals of StoryBook Homes, Wayne and Catherine Laska, know the toll a cancer diagnosis takes on the entire family. When their son was diagnosed with a Wilm’s Tumor at age three, their lives changed dramatically. Like the vast majority of children who are diagnosed with cancer, he survived. With the increased rate of childhood cancer survivorship, there is a new emphasis on what are called the “late effects” of cancer treatments. Years after remission, the chemotherapy, radiation or surgery that saved the lives of these children can create additional medical issues. That’s why the Laskas donated $500,000 to the StoryBook Homes Long-Term Follow-Up Clinic for Childhood Cancer Survivors. This clinic is dedicated to educating patients on any possible risks they may encounter from “late-effects,” and helps to monitor their health into adulthood.
Criss Angel is a name well-known in Las Vegas, in the illusionist community, as well as around the world. He is also an important financial supporter of our organization and what we provide to patients in Southern Nevada. If you’ve been to Circus Couture over the past several years, you will likely recognize him from the live auctions. He usually provides the mic-drop moment —as well as a six figure donation — to our organization. Thank you Criss for your outstanding and important support!
In addition to being one of Las Vegas’ top personal injury attorneys, Farhan Naqvi and his firm, Naqvi Injury Law, have become big supporters of many local charities, including Cure 4 the Kids Foundation. At many of our events, you will see a team of Naqvi Injury Law members — easily identified by their t-shirts — supporting our efforts to provide medical treatment to all children – including those without medical insurance or who are unable to pay for treatment.
We have been humbled by the support of Gwen Stefani. Before her performances ever began at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, she reached out to Cure 4 the Kids Foundation wanting to help support our efforts on behalf of children battling cancer and other diseases. With assistance from Live Nation Las Vegas and Caesars Entertainment, Gwen Stefani pledged to donate $1 from every ticket sold to her Las Vegas concerts to Cure 4 the Kids Foundation. Even more, Ms. Stefani has invited small groups of our patients to come see her in concert and then stay for a meet and greet after the show!