Toyota AutoNation support C4K as Presenting Sponsor for Bowl 4 The Kids 2022

Southern Nevada Toyota Dealers Continues Support Cure 4 The Kids Foundation

$25,000 Donation to Support C4K Bowl 4 The Kids Event


LAS VEGAS  – Cure 4 The Kids Foundation (C4K), Nevada’s only pediatric cancer center has announced a significant donation to its annual patient event, Bowl 4 The Kids. The $25,000 donation was provided to C4K by Autonation Toyota on behalf of the Southern Nevada Toyota Dealers.


“We are incredibly grateful for the continued support of Autonation Toyota for Cure 4 The Kids Foundation” said Annette Logan-Parker, Founder and CEO at C4K. “This support will allow us to treat over 300 patients and their siblings to a fun-filled day of bowling, allowing them to forget about their circumstances for an afternoon and have fun like a normal kid.”


“We are very excited to continue our support of Cure 4 The Kids Foundation” said Cesar Ramos, General Manager of Autonation Toyota. “Supporting Bowl 4 The Kids will bring smiles and fun to kids and their families in our community. It means the world to us”.


The theme this year is ‘The Empire Strikes C4K’ so this Star Wars spectacle is the only patient-centric event of the year. The goal is to simply bring kids and their siblings and C4K doctors and staff together for an afternoon of fun and prizes. The event focuses exclusively on catering to C4K’s patient that are battling cancer and other rare diseases.


The support of Autonation Toyota on behalf of the Southern Nevada Toyota Dealers will continue to make possible that kids and families will not miss important appointments, checkups, chemotherapy, and other medical procedures because of financial hardship or constraints.


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