University of minnesota
masonic children's hospital

 

Cancer treatment is a difficult and often traumatic time for pediatric cancer patients. Children need a space for relaxation, laughter and play, especially while they are in the process of receiving treatment.

 

Love Your Melon is excited to expand our partnership with University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital by providing $100,000 to create the Love Your Melon Lounge at University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital inside of Kyle Rudolph's End Zone. In 2017, we will collaborate to build a safe and positive environment with comfortable furniture, table games and a Love Your Melon beanie dispenser! Children and teens at the hospital will have the freedom to relax and play amidst the difficulties of their treatment.

 

In addition, our partnership with University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital will include an additional $150,000 to fund research and clinical trials for brain tumor vaccine therapy and bone marrow transplants. We will fund groundbreaking researchers to continue their study and understanding of how cells migrate in the body, ultimately moving closer to breakthroughs and cures for pediatric cancer.

University of minnesota
masonic children's hospital

 

Cancer treatment is a difficult and often traumatic time for pediatric cancer patients. Children need a space for relaxation, laughter and play, especially while they are in the process of receiving treatment.

 

Love Your Melon is excited to expand our partnership with University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital by providing $100,000 to create the Love Your Melon Lounge at University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital inside of Kyle Rudolph's End Zone. In 2017, we will collaborate to build a safe and positive environment with comfortable furniture, table games and a Love Your Melon beanie dispenser! Children and teens at the hospital will have the freedom to relax and play amidst the difficulties of their treatment.

 

In addition, our partnership with University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital will include an additional $150,000 to fund research and clinical trials for brain tumor vaccine therapy and bone marrow transplants. We will fund groundbreaking researchers to continue their study and understanding of how cells migrate in the body, ultimately moving closer to breakthroughs and cures for pediatric cancer.