Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation Holds DUNKtober Fest at Lovelady Brewery

By September 11, 2017Press Release

Community Invited to participate in this adult night of beer tasting to raise money for critically ill children and their families living in Southern Nevada

The Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation (NCCF) invites adults 21 years of age and over to join in the fun of DUNKtober FEST and enjoy a night of beer tasting, Dunkin’ Donut munchkin pairing, raffles, and more at Lovelady Brewery at 20 S. Water St., Henderson, NV 89015 on Thursday, Sept. 28. Sponsored by Lovelady Brewery, the event runs from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and tickets are $25 per person.  With the purchase of each ticket, guests will receive a souvenir tasting glass and enjoy unlimited access to six unique stations, pairing Lovelady beer with Dunkin Donuts’ munchkins. Guests are invited to bring their own food or purchase food from onsite food vendor Meats Gone Wild. There will be raffles and prizes too.

Proceeds from DUNKtober will be donated to the Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation’s programs and services to support families and their children suffering from cancer, HIV/AIDS, sickle cell, renal, blood and immunologic diseases, as well as providing wellness and healing arts services for adults diagnosed with cancer.

For more information, or to purchase tickets for NCCF’s DUNKtober FEST, please call 702-735-8434 or visit www.nvccf.org.

About the Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation:

Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation is a non-profit organization established in 1993, which offers over 45 programs and services including a variety of educational services, financial support and counseling for critically-ill children and their families living in Southern Nevada. The foundation’s mission is to work side by side with the medical community to provide social, emotional, educational, financial and psychological support services and programs to families of all children diagnosed with a life threatening or critical illness such as cancer, HIV/AIDS, sickle cell, renal disorders, blood and immunologic diseases as well as to adults touched by cancer. In 2011, NCCF incorporated The Caring Place, (founded by Dr. Mary Ann Allison, a CCCN physician), which provides emotional, mental and physical assistance to adults with cancer, into its breadth of programs. Contact the Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation at 702-735-8434 or visit www.nvccf.org for pediatric services, services for adults touched by cancer, and financial grants for adults in cancer treatment.

 

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