UNLV Rebels Hosts a Benefit Night for Tyler Robinson Foundation

UNLV Rebels Football team hosts charity event at Allegiant Stadium

UNLV Rebels football fans and Tyler Robinson Foundation (TRF), a nonprofit organization founded by Imagine Dragons committed to supporting children battling cancer. Together they unite to honor a young teenage boy who passed away from cancer. Watch and support your favorite NCAA football team making a difference while playing a game that could change families lives.

On Friday, November 19, 2021, the UNLV Rebels Football team will host a benefit night at Allegiant Stadium at 8:30 p.m. It will be the last game of the season, a special night when TRF families and supporters will come out and participate in fun-filled activations created to benefit a good cause. Tickets for this occasion start at $33, with a fraction of the proceeds being donated to TRF. They go on sale now and fans can purchase them at https://fevo.me/trf 2021.

About Tyler Robinson Foundation

The Tyler Robinson Foundation is more than just a charitable organization looking for donations. It’s a way of helping families who need financial and emotional support while coping with the diagnosis and expenses due to pediatric cancer treatments. More than 85% of every dollar raised by TRF goes directly to the families that take part.

The Tyler Robinson Foundation is also an extension of the homegrown heroes and accomplished rock band, Imagine Dragons. The music group has won a GRAMMY Award, which is a show dedicated to highlighting some of the best songs sung by the best music stars of the year. In the last eight years, the organization has given back to more than 2,000 families globally by raising more than $12 million dollars.

How and Where Fans can Pitch in.

One in 285 children everywhere are diagnosed with cancer per year. Cancer treatments are very expensive and can place great financial hardships for families who really need it to help saved a young loved one. Additionally, it is discussed far less because many pediatric cancer organizations tend to focus more on growing awareness for the cause and increasing support for these emotional and struggling families. But, it is not too late to help.

Vegas fans, if you want to make a difference and help save a young kid’s life, then this event is one of the many opportunities you have to help make a beautiful day even better by supporting an even more beautiful cause. Come out to Allegiant Stadium on Friday, November 19 at 8:30 p.m. to kick start game day weekend. Remember, football is just a game, and while the Rebels want to win its last home game and finally earn win number one, they also want to help make a different in the community to show that the program is a helping hand.

Where To Navigate for Information

The TRF really needs your help and it wants the people of Las Vegas’ support. For more information about the UNLV Rebels’ special event or to learn other ways you can contribute, visit the nonprofit website TRF.org and/or follow TRF on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Every kid deserves to live a long life, so come out and make a difference with your UNLV Rebels.

Together, we can help local families in need by showing our support through our participation in this upcoming event. Or spreading the word to those who are interested in joining TRF and the UNLV Rebels to #SlayCancer with the Dragons.

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