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MASKS for Aid 2021

Thank you to all of the many supporters who tuned in to MASKS for AID 2021. HNC Living Foundation hosted virtual MASKS for AID May 16, 2021. Thanks to generous supporters, we raised nearly $185,000 to support head and neck cancer patients.

THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS & SUPPORTERS!

What can you expect the night of the event?
Amazing storytelling
HNC Living Foundation is currently following Melinda, a tongue cancer survivor, and Rhoda Powers, an artist who is transforming Melinda’s radiation mask. Never before have we been able to transform the mask of one of our patients. This is particularly special, and the story continues to unfold as we get to know Melinda. We are planning to display Melinda’s mask and a sister sculpture (available for purchase/fundraising) in a virtual gallery and at HNC Living. Please plan to visit!
An artful transformation of a past patient
Remember Kaden? His story was planned to be told at last year’s canceled event, but his story has grown even richer following our initial meeting. Following our 2020 interview with him, Kaden realized the lasting impact of his disease. He channeled his anxiety, pain, and even gratitude into music. Kaden will provide the moving performance for the evening.
Easy to participate fundraising
MASKS for AID will be an easy to access, seamless show. All you will have to do is pull up a YouTube link (provided the day before the event) to watch on your TV or other devices. We’ll be utilizing text to give and providing simple pledge links for guests to utilize throughout the show.
Delicious food
Sponsor partners will enjoy a delivered catered box from Kansas City’s most premier caterer, Lon Lane’s Inspired Occasions. Each box included in the sponsorship packages accommodates 4 guests so that you can host friends and family!

Past Events

2019 Event Photos

MASKS for AID 2018: Discovery

MASKS for AID 2019: impact

HNC Living Foundation celebrate the IMPACT the foundation has had on the lives of head and neck cancer patients during its first five years.

MASKS for AID returned to the enclosed stage at Starlight Theatre Friday, April 6th with a powerful new multi-faceted artistic presentation. Guests grazed from an array of creative cuisine stations and explored one-of-a-kind art, created from patients’ radiation masks, by local artists.

Presenting Sponsor

MASKS for AID 2018: Discovery

MASKS for AID 2018: discovery

The journey of discovery takes many forms. Through an exclusive integrated media experience featuring the testimonials from those impacted by our work, discover your purpose and your place in our story.

MASKS for AID returned to the enclosed stage at Starlight Theatre Friday, April 6th with a powerful new multi-faceted artistic presentation. Guests grazed from an array of creative cuisine stations and explored one-of-a-kind art, created from patients’ radiation masks, by local artists.

Presenting Sponsor

2018 Event Photos