Giving Back

Several years ago, Brad Yochum, founder and CEO of QBcure, volunteered with the Make-A-Wish Foundation as they gave critically-ill children the gift of a once-in-a-lifetime memory. Brad still remembers the happiness that radiated from the children’s faces when they received their wish.

While Brad was volunteering with Make-A-Wish, he met Keane Veran, a young boy dealing with leukemia. In 2011, Keane received his special wish–a trip with his family to the White House to visit President Obama. In 2017, he was officially declared cancer-free. Click here to read more of Keane’s story.

Now, Brad’s helping in a different way. Through the “Giving Back” program, QBcure contributes an annual amount to the Make-A-Wish Foundation in order to fulfill children’s wishes.

Brad and the QBcure family want to let children like Keane know, their most incredible moment in their life can come true, if they wish for it! Supporting Make A Wish Foundations helps achieve those goals.


Like Father Like Son . . . Make-A-Wish Foundation Partner

Ethan Yochum Son of Brad Yochum, QBcure Founder

QBCure is proud to be a part of making another child’s wish come true. Ethan Yochum, a junior at El Dorado High School and son of QBCure founder Brad Yochum, was recently honored for his work with the Make-A-Wish Foundation. His school-wide service project brought together the EDHS ASB, students, staff, and the Golden Hawk community to raise over $8,000 to fully grant 14-year-old Emmanuel’s wish! 

Suffering from sickle cell disease, Emmanuel’s wish was to have a new computer so he could pursue his dream of becoming a digital animator. Thanks to Ethan and El Dorado High School, he now has a new computer and digital art software to start his future in animation design – as well as do homework and learn about the stock market!

Recent Accomplishment: 2023 National Philanthropy Day Outstanding Youth