The Sunshine Kids Foundation
The Sunshine Kids
The Sunshine Kids is a nonprofit organization dedicated to children with cancer. Established in 1982, they are committed to providing positive group activities and emotional support for young cancer patients. The Sunshine Kids provides a variety of programs and events free of charge for kids who are receiving cancer treatments in hospitals across North America. Additional information on The Sunshine Kids may be found at www.sunshinekids.org
The Sunshine Kids Foundation adds quality of life to children with cancer by providing them with exciting, positive group activities, so they may once again do what kids are supposed to do . . . have fun and celebrate life!
We look forward to the day when The Sunshine Kids Foundation will no longer need to exist. Until that time, the entire Sunshine Kids family is dedicated to providing the most exciting activities, trips and events for as many young cancer patients as possible.
The Prudential History
The Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, Inc. adopted The Sunshine Kids Foundation as a network-wide charity in the spring of 1991. The Sunshine Kids believes it found an excellent partner in Prudential Real Estate because of the strong parallels in each organization's philosophy, mission and goals. The Sunshine Kids Foundation provides a safe place for children with cancer to relax and just be "regular" kids for a while . . . a home away from home. Prudential Real Estate members provide safe and livable homes for families throughout the United States and Canada.
Since the inception of this partnership, many Prudential real estate managers, brokers and agents have generously assisted the SSK by planning exciting fund-raising events, participating in the 'listings' program, and taking an active role in activities and national events designed for the Kids.
Because of socially responsible companies like The Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, Inc., The Sunshine Kids Foundation is able to carry on with the rewarding work of serving the needs of young cancer patients.