Tyler Robinson Foundation partners with Cure 4 The Kids Foundation to support pediatric cancer families in Southern Nevada

Tyler Robinson Foundation partners with Cure 4 The Kids Foundation

to support pediatric cancer families in Southern Nevada


LAS VEGAS (March 15, 2022) – Tyler Robinson Foundation (TRF), the nonprofit organization of the GRAMMY® Award-winning band Imagine Dragons dedicated to supporting children battling childhood cancer, is teaming up with Cure 4 The Kids Foundation (C4K), Nevada’s only outpatient children’s cancer clinic, to provide support to pediatric cancer families throughout the Las Vegas community.


As part of their mission to provide high-quality medical care to the pediatric cancer patients of Nevada, Cure 4 The Kids Foundation offers 40+ services to diagnosed children and their families. In 2022, TRF is providing funds to support C4K’s Meal Voucher and Transportation programs to help serve more families in Southern Nevada.


“Children and families battling cancer often times spend an entire day in our clinic when receiving chemotherapy and other life-saving treatments” said Annette Logan-Parker, Founder and CEO of Cure 4 The Kids Foundation. “Through our partnership with TRF, we will alleviate a layer of stress by providing much-needed healthy meals to our families.”


Food disparities are very common in families dealing with a cancer diagnosis. Through C4K’s Patient Meal Vouchers, patients and their caretakers are treated to nutritional lunches at no cost at Roseman University’s Roadrunner Café, located at C4K’s Las Vegas campus. Additionally, C4K’s Transportation program helps provide patients rides to and from appointments to receive treatment.


In the eight years TRF has served the pediatric cancer community, the nonprofit has provided support to more than 2,000 families around the globe and raised more than $12 million. Of every dollar TRF raises, more than 85% goes directly to families in need. TRF continues to grow its efforts for families through a number of awareness and fundraising initiatives. For more information or to learn more about TRF, visit TRF.org and follow TRF on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.


About Tyler Robinson Foundation

Tyler Robinson Foundation (TRF) helps strengthen families financially and emotionally as they cope with the tragedy of a pediatric cancer diagnosis by providing grants specifically to offset out-of-pocket life expenses. TRF is the nonprofit organization of the GRAMMY Award-winning, multi-platinum selling band Imagine Dragons. TRF meets a critical need in communities across the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Each year, one in 285 children are diagnosed with cancer. While many pediatric cancer organizations focus on growing awareness and support for families with the physical and emotional toll of a diagnosis, the huge financial hardship cancer treatment places on families is rarely discussed. More than 85% of every dollar TRF raises goes right to families in need. For more information or to learn more about TRF, visit TRF.org and follow TRF on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


About Cure 4 The Kids Foundation

Founded in Las Vegas in 2007, Cure 4 The Kids Foundation provides high-quality, research-focused medical treatment to children battling cancer and other life-threatening conditions. Cure 4 The Kids Foundation operates the only outpatient childhood cancer treatment center in Nevada and is proudly accredited by The Joint Commission. This stringent medical accreditation and the required unannounced inspections ensure patients are getting the best care possible. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Cure 4 The Kids Foundation increases access to specialized treatments that improve patient outcomes. Its Charity Care Program provides high-quality treatment on a sliding-scale basis. No patient is ever turned away for financial reasons. For more information, visit  www.cure4thekids.org.

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