Clark County Fire Station 22 hosted Holiday Party to benefit The Tyler Robinson Foundation
LAS VEGAS (Dec. 23, 2019) – Yesterday, Clark County Fire Station 22 celebrated the season of giving at their Big Reveal Holiday Party to benefit the Tyler Robinson Foundation (TRF).
Friends and family of TRF, including members of the Las Vegas Metro Police Department, gathered together at the fire station and enjoyed a festive celebration full of sweet treats and holiday fun. Making a surprise appearance in a fire truck, Santa arrived to help deliver the gifts to the families just in time for the holidays.
This holiday season, Clark County Fire Station 22 participated in an “Adopt A Family” program, where the station adopted six TRF families and invited the community to donate in support of TRF’s mission to help 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.
About the Tyler Robinson Foundation
The 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-percent of every dollar TRF raises goes right to families in need. For more information visit TRF.org.