LAS VEGAS – Cure 4 The Kids Foundation’s (C4K) 9th Annual Golf 4 The Kids event raised a record-setting $180,000 for cancer patient care, topping last year’s $100,000 milestone.
The funds will support the foundation’s Charity Care Program, ensuring that all patients receive the same top-quality medical care, including those who are uninsured, underinsured, or unable to pay for treatment.
“We’re so honored to have the tremendous support we’ve received throughout Southern Nevada,” said Annette Logan-Parker, C4K president and CEO. “Our goal was to surpass the success of last year’s tournament, and we exceeded that goal, by almost double.”
The tournament’s presenting sponsor was MOFI, a strategy and growth company that partners with business leaders at leading companies who are ready to think boldly about new ideas and create strategies to better serve customers and employees. Other sponsors included
Johnson & Johnson Law Firm, Roseman University of Health Sciences, Advanced Imaging Services (AIS), and Civil Werx.
According to Logan-Parker, 117 golfers participated in 30 teams. She said another 60 volunteers “generously supported the tournament and made it a tremendous success, understanding the essential services C4K provides for cancer patients.”
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.