“Whether we like it or not, kids do get cancer. We might not be able to take their cancer away but we can definitely be there for them through their journey. We hope you will support the cause.” These words said by Purvi Shah, whose son Amaey died of cancer at the age of 9, fully reflect the mission of The Kids & Art Foundation, a California-based non-profit organization founded by Purvi Shah in 2008. If you want to support The Kids & Art Foundation and improve the quality of pediatric cancer care, join The Kids & Art Virtual Summit and Benefit Art Show held on September 23-26!
The Kids & Art Virtual Summit and Benefit Art Show
The Kids & Art Virtual Summit and Benefit Art Show is a 4-day virtual summit fundraiser around Conversations in Improving Quality of Care. Each day of the summit offers a mix of sessions from artists and innovators within the health and arts sectors. More than 25 speakers have been invited to share their own stories on how they moved through adversity with cancer or similar obstacles, as well as their ideas and strategies on improving the quality of care within the home and hospital.
Tiffany Birch will join the Art Fundraiser Summit on September 26
The San Francisco Bay Area artist Tiffany Birch will join The Kids & Art Virtual Summit and Benefit Art Show on September 26. Along with another longtime Kids & Art artist Patty Owyang, Tiffany Birch will be a speaker at Adversity to Advocacy, Adversity to Arts Talk with the radio news anchor and mental health advocate Jeff Bell.
For the Art Fundraiser Summit, Tiffany Birch has provided her painting titled “Come Together Now.” You can see it in the photo below.
Support the kids by joining the fundraiser event! Thanks to a generous donor, tickets to The Kids & Art Virtual Summit are free to all registrants. You can order them here.