Families whose diagnosed child is aged 12 or under can enjoy a fall festival with games, prizes, dinner, and trick-or-treating in a safe environment.
To help offset the cost of this tradition, families whose diagnosed child is undergoing treatment are invited to participate in the Thanksgiving meal program. Meals are unprepared, and the families are asked to pick them up at the Candlelighters office.
The Adopt-A-Family Program has been created to help Candlelighters Families, whose focus is on their child’s illness, enjoy the holiday season without any additional stress or worries through the generosity of wonderful caring donors within the Las Vegas community.
When a family spends much of their time in the hospital or clinic with their child undergoing treatments, they are overwhelmed by the many co-pays for doctor visits, hospital stays, and prescriptions, or they lose their child to this disease, the holidays can be tough. Most families do not have the emotional or the financial means to go shopping for gifts or make a holiday meal. Your generosity allows our families the opportunity to celebrate the holidays and provide a sense of normalcy for the diagnosed child, their siblings, and their parents.
Families whose diagnosed child is aged 12 or under and bereaved families are invited to celebrate the holidays with Candlelighters.
No More Chemo Parties
Celebrate with the Children’s Specialty Center of Nevada, and honor the children who have completed treatment.
Families whose diagnosed child is aged 12 or under, are invited to enjoy refreshments and a private viewing of a new release with other Candlelighters families.
*In consideration of compromised immune systems, volunteers will be sanitizing the theater.