Greatest Gift Program

We offer children and heir family’s adventures and opportunities to create positive memories during their battle. We recognize caring for children with life-changing medical experiences is an act that extends far beyond the hospital walls.  In the first three years of the Foundation’s existence, ZBPF has provided 2,500 Greatest Gift programs and brought normalcy and happiness to more than 5,000 families during events.  Fun, memorable experiences during treatments have proven to significantly improve quality of life and overall recovery.  By providing our gifts, we relieve the stress experiences during regular treatment and contributes to the patient’s well being.  We believe it is the greatest gift we can give them.

Brent’s Place

Since its inception, ZBPF has worked with the pediatric cancer patients and families staying at Brent’s Place-the only Children’s Hospital approved Safe-Clean housing facility for long-term oncology and bone marrow transplant patients and their families.

Gabby Krause Foundation – Bags of Fun®

ZBPF has partnered with the Gabby Krause Foundation and brought 4 Bags of Fun to our friends staying at the Ronald McDonald House of the Intermountain Area

Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital

On December 11, 2017, ZBPF partnered with Jazz Pharmaceuticals and sent 20 teens from the Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital teen program to the 49ers vs. Jets game.  The teens had a great time cheering Zane on and meeting him following the game.

Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children

ZBPF is providing volunteers to participate weekly in their Cuddle program in the nic unit and assisting the nurses in their daily routines.

Ronald McDonald House of Intermountain Area

Ronald McDonald House Charities® of the Intermountain Area provides families stability and resources – keeping families together in a place that feels like home at our Ronald McDonald House and Ronald McDonald Family Rooms.  Over the past 3 years, ZBPF has sponsored a long term suite for bone marrow and long term oncology patients and recently sent Bags of fun® to the young people going through life changing medical experiences.