Our friends at the music magazine CMJ ran a piece on Pablove Foundation last week on their site, cmj.com. Check it out below, or click here to read.
Dangerbird Records Launches Cancer Foundation
Jul 3, 2008
Story by: Tyler Theofilos
Dangerbird Records has launched the Pablove Foundation, named after Pablo Castelaz, the five-year-old son of the label's co-founder, Jeff Castelaz. In May of this year, Pablo was diagnosed with Wilm's Tumor, a rare form of children's cancer. Thanks to extensive research, this kind of cancer is 90% curable. Pablo is currently being treated at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles.
The Pablove Foundation will make an annual contribution toward cancer research and treatment at CHLA's Saban Research Institute. It will also support activities and programs for the children at CHLA, including music and arts programs.