Club Curry is a philanthropic event dedicated to raising money and awareness for local charities that provide support to the community's most vulnerable children and families, and enhance the quality of life for those they serve.
Club Curry 2017
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Meet Our 2019 Charity Partner:
San Jorge Children’s Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for children and families in need by offering the most advanced medical treatment available. Since 1995, the San Jorge Children’s Foundation has helped hundreds of children with medical conditions, including those with congenital or acquired disabilities.
Other Charities Helped:
Hope House provides shelter and comprehensive services to survivors of domestic violence in the Kansas City metro area. Weaving together safety, support and hope helps give survivors the ability to start a new life, free from abuse.
The Shade Tree is the largest shelter of it's kind in Nevada, and is the only 24-hour accessible shelter designed specifically to meet the needs of women and children in southern Nevada. The Shade Tree is a local grassroots agency with no national affiliation or support.
Child Focus, part of St. Jude's Ranch for Children in Southern Nevada, is devoted to the mission of preserving the sibling bonds of children separated within foster care. Through clinical case management, programming, events and activities, Child Focus provides opportunities for children in foster care to heal, grow, and maintain their sibling bonds during this difficult chapter in their lives.
Camp To Belong actively reunites brothers and sisters placed in separate foster, adoptive or kinship homes through it's Summer Camp Programs and other year round events. The primary goal of Camp To Belong is to provide a sense of belonging to youth as individuals, and as siblings, giving them opportunities to share childhood memories together and among other youth in similar situations.