Community Invited to compete in this fun night out to raise money for critically ill children and their families living in Southern Nevada

LAS VEGAS – (March 12, 2014) – The Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation (NCCF) invites adults 21 years of age and over to enjoy a night of laughs, snacks and raffles while competing against friends, family and business associates for the title of “Most Valuable Brain” at the 10th Annual Trivia Challenge Night at Sam’s Town Hotel & Gambling Hall’s Live Theatre 6 p.m. Saturday, April 26. Tickets are $30 per person or $300 per table of 10. Doors open at 5 p.m. and the competition begins at 6 p.m.

The winner of the trivia challenge will receive a trophy and be crowned 2014’s “Most Valuable Brain.” Snacks, drinks and cocktails will be available. Participants are encouraged to bring a gift basket for the raffle that evening. For each basket donated, guests will receive 10 complimentary raffle tickets. A $30 minimum value is preferred for basket donations.

Proceeds from this event support the Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation’s programs and services to support families and their children suffering from cancer, HIV/AIDS, sickle cell, renal disease, blood and immunologic disorders and any critical or life-threatening illness as well as providing wellness and healing arts services for adults touched by cancer.

For more information, or to reserve tickets for NCCF’s 10th Annual Trivia Challenge Night, please call 702-735-8434 or visit

About the Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation:
Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation is a non-profit organization established in 1993, which offers over 40 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, hemophilia, renal disorders and other immunologic diseases as well as to adults touched by cancer. Contact the Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation at 702-735-8434 or visit them at for pediatric services and for services for adults touched by cancer.

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