Touch A Truck benefit fights kids’ cancer
San Diego’s Annual Touch A Truck event was held May 22 at Canyon Crest Academy.
Kids were given the green light to touch, sit behind the wheel and honk the horn in dozens of vehicles ranging from construction, emergency, off-road, delivery, hot rods, and military. One-hundred percent of admission ticket sales and vendor profits go directly to childhood cancer research and clinical trials. The event is held by Max’s Ring of Fire (MROF), a non-profit organization dedicated to helping fight kids’ cancer and supports an innovative neuroblastoma research and clinical trials consortium that includes doctors and researchers from UCSD and Rady’s and 30 other children’s hospitals and research sites nationwide.
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