A leading provider of HVAC services in Las Vegas, Right Now Air, has joined forces with the Little Miss Hannah Foundation for its second annual “Rainbows in the Wind” event on Wednesday, July 24 from 5:30 – 9 p.m. at Town Square Las Vegas.
Guests of the “Rainbows in the Wind” event will enjoy an evening of music, activities, special discounts and raffles, while raising money to help support local families.
In addition to providing print, television and radio advertising support, Right Now Air will donate a percentage of its revenue in the month of July.
Little Miss Hannah Foundation was founded in December 2011 in memory of Hannah Ostrea, who lost her battle against Neuronopathic Gaucher’s Disease, an extremely rare and life-limiting genetic metabolic disorder. The Ostrea family and their close friends formed the foundation to give hope and support to other families whose children have received the diagnosis of life-limiting disorders, as well as to support families with young children receiving end-of-life palliative care.
“We are truly thankful to community partners like Scott Meier and his team at Right Now Air who are so willing to step up and help out with our largest fundraising event of the year,” said Carrie Ostrea, founder of the Little Miss Hannah Foundation and mother of Hannah Ostrea. “With their support, we can help families focus on enhancing the quality time they have with their child.”
By working hands-on with families that are faced with losing their child due to a medical condition, the Little Miss Hannah Foundation works to empower, educate and support families during the most emotionally-charged times of their lives. This quarter alone, the foundation has eight grant requests for comfort care and therapy equipment, which more than doubles the capacity of the three the foundation is able to fund. Scott and his team are passionate about the desire to help children, as many have children and families of their own.
“I work with a passionate group of individuals who care deeply about our community and wanted to get involved with this group,” said Scott Meier, co-owner of Right Now Air. “It’s amazing to me how hands on the Little Miss Hannah Foundation is and how they dedicate their time as families helping families.”
To learn more about the Little Miss Hannah Foundation, please call 702-608-2488 or visit www.littlemisshannah.org.