Each day, 42 families hear the words, “your child has cancer.”
For many kids, their only options are treatments that haven’t changed in decades.
We want to stop this, so we support the brightest and boldest minds whose groundbreaking research is leading to better treatments and cures.
We also fund vital family support services and advocate for childhood cancer education and awareness. Learn more about what we fund.
Tough Beyond Her Years
Three-year-old Brooklyn wears colorful patterned leggings and never leaves home without slipping on at least one purple item of clothing.
Making Progress on Osteosarcoma
Osteosarcoma has been around since the dinosaurs. Treatments for osteosarcoma aren’t quite that old, but many haven’t changed since the 1980s. But that’s all changing.
Every time Jill arrived at the hospital for her 8-year-old son Griffin’s chemotherapy treatment, she posted signs and drawings. One sign hung above his bed: “Griffin Strong.”
Join us to support childhood cancer research!
There are many ways to support better research for childhood cancer. Participate in one of our events, start your own fundraiser, or make a donation. Every dollar donated helps researchers secure an additional 18 dollars from federal funding and other sources.