Help families dealing with Pediatric Cancer and be part of our give-away for some amazing Imagine Dragons autographed merchandise!
We believe that events have the power to harness goodness in each attendee to help make a difference in the world. This year Fusion Imaging and Exhibitor Live are teaming up to help promote The Tyler Robinson Foundation and provide each attendee with the opportunity to help in a small way. This industry is filled with great people who want to make a difference in the world and this is a way for our annual event to do just that!
The mission of the Tyler Robinson Foundation is to strengthen families financially and emotionally as they cope with the tragedy of a pediatric cancer diagnosis by offsetting out-of-pocket life expenses.
Two-year-old Jordan Rey was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia at the age of 18 months. Prior to this diagnosis, he’d never experienced sickness. Jordan is an only child who lives with his parents, Gregory and Carrie. Carrie is a teacher in the Clark County School Disctrict in Las Vegas, Nevada. “Words cannot express how grateful we are to become part of the TRF family. Thank you so much for choosing us to lend your generous support through this challenging time in our lives. We are humbled by the fuondation’s generosity and kindness.”
Raynie Clark was diagnosed with B-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) in December 2018. Raynie is the youngest of three children and lives with her parents and siblings in Bunkerville, Nevada. The Clarks travel 700 miles round trip from their home to Salt Lake City for clinic visits and chemotherapy treatments. Her mom says that even though she fights cancer every day, Raynie remains positive and fun. She recently started her own YouTube channel, Raynie Dayz, where she is excited to share her everyday experiences.
Colleen was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) as a young infant. As a one-year-old, she is still receiving chemotherapy and associated treatments to fight her cancer. She loves being at home in Alaska with her parents, Meghan and Samuel, and her dog, Hank. Her parents say that after much hard work and time spent in physical therapy, “Colleen has started to crawl and is ready to take off!”
“HurriKanen” Keating-Wear is the oldest of four children. He lives in New Jersey, but receives treatment at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia for his relapsed Ewing Sarcoma of the vertebra. On his cancer journey, Kanen has undergone chemotherapy and proton radiation. Following his relapse, he’s had multiple surgeries and even more radiation and chemotherapy to help save his life. Kanen loves music, Minecraft, Pokémon and spending time with his brothers and sister, Kinley, Koben, and Krew.
Julian is the oldest of three children and was diagnosed with a germ-cell tumor of the brain in September 2017. Julian’s treatment was fast and aggressive, initially ending in January 2018. Unfortunately, only a few months later, more cancer cells were found in his body. He received an even more aggressive treatment plan that included stem cell therapy, chemotherapy, and radiation. His fight continues to this day, but Julian remains strong and brave. He lives in Las Vegas with his parents, Mary and Somphone, and his two sisters, Jaylah and Leah.
Savannah Lingenfelter has battled and beat Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) two times in her 9 years of life. She rang the bell for the second time in spring 2019 to commemorate the end of treatment from her 2017 relapse. Savannah lives with her family, parents Cheryl and John, who are both proud US Army Veterans, and her two older siblings, Robert and Lizzy. As an avid hip hop dancer and competitive gymnast, Savannah’s positive energy flows through every performance. She also enjoys playing with Barbies and practicing flips on her trampoline.