Hyundai Hope On Wheels awards a $100,000 Impact Grant to C4K

Cure 4 The Kids Foundation Awared Hyundai Hope On Wheels Impact Grant

$100,000 Grant Provides Funding for Research of Childhood Cancer

LAS VEGAS  – Cure 4 The Kids Foundation (C4K), Nevada’s only pediatric cancer center has announced it has been awarded the Hyundai Hope On Wheels Impact Grant. The $100,000 grant provides funding for innovative research in the field of childhood cancer.

“We are humbled to be awarded the Hyundai Hope On Wheels Impact Grant” said Annette Logan-Parker, Founder and CEO at C4K. “This grant will help us continue our valuable and life-saving work in childhood cancer research.”

To commemorate the Impact Grant, Cure 4 The Kids Foundation has dedicated an exam room to Hyundai Hope On Wheels and held a ceremony to celebrate its opening. Local artist Juan Muniz provided the kid-friendly artwork for the room.

“We are very excited to award Cure 4 The Kids Foundation as this year’s Impact Grant recipient,” said Michael Orange,  Hyundai Hope On Wheels representative. “Cure 4 The Kids Foundation performs life-saving and industry-leading research in the area of childhood cancer and we couldn’t be more pleased to support its continued research efforts”.

It is scientifically proven that children who participate in clinical trials have a much higher survival rate. Cure 4 The Kids Foundation believes every child is entitled to the best treatment options that modern science has to offer. Cure 4 The Kids Foundation is dedicated to its mission of advancing cures and prevention of childhood cancer and rare diseases through research by providing access to high-quality, evidence-based treatment and breakthrough clinical trial opportunities.

About Hyundai Hope on Wheels

Hyundai Hope On Wheels is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, that is committed to helping kids fight cancer. The organization’s goals are to fund research and create awareness for childhood cancer. Hyundai Motor America and its more than 830 dealers and customers support the cause with a donation from every new vehicle sold. In 2022, Hyundai Hope On Wheels will surpass $200 million in lifetime donations to pediatric cancer research in the United States.

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