Member Organizations

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3/32 Foundation

Mission:

The 3/32 Foundation will mainly work with other childhood cancer organizations to raise awareness about the lack of research funding and the need for less toxic treatments.  Any funds raised will be distributed to other childhood cancer organizations.

Phone: 336-367-6116
puryear82457@aol.com
Geographical Areas: National, concentrating in the southeast U.S.
Director: Greg Puryear
90%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
0%
Research Funding
10%
Other
Other:
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A Kid’s Brain Tumor Cure (aka The PLGA Foundation)

Mission:

(1) Accelerate the pace of promising scientific research for the most common forms of children’s brain tumors by acting as a catalyst for individuals and corporations to initiate fundraising projects that will benefit designated research studies; (2) identify a clear direction for scientific research into the most common forms of children’s brain tumors and create opportunities for talented researchers and clinicians to apply for grant funding for start up as well as follow through project monies; (3) act as a central resource and a portal for information for parents, patients, families, clinicians, researchers, specialists, and other non-profit institutions seeking information about the most common forms of pediatric brain tumors

Phone: 914-762-3494
amy@akidsbraintumorcure.org
Geographical Areas: International
Director: Amy Weinstein
10%
Advocacy
10%
Family Support
80%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Addison Bryan Foundation

Mission:

At Addison Bryan Foundation our mission is to offer financial assistance to families of children who are battling cancer, to promote awareness about the disease and to support our fellow childhood cancer organizations in advocating for greater attention and funding for pediatric cancer.  We believe that collaboration is key to our success in finding a cure.

addisonbryanfoundation@yahoo.com
Geographical Areas: Raleigh-Durham, NC
Director: Hillary Bryan
25%
Advocacy
75%
Family Support
0%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Aiden’s Army

Mission:

Locally and Nationally Aiden’s Army provides care bags filled of comfort items to children under 2 battling cancer and other life threatening illnesses. We seek to raise awareness for Pediatric Cancer and provide toys, books, and pajamas to hospitals.

Phone: 716-913-4341
aidensarmypca@gmail.com
Geographical Areas: Local, Regional, and National
Director: Erica Schneider
25%
Advocacy
5%
Family Support
70%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation

Mission:

Raise money for and awareness of childhood cancer causes, primarily funding research into new treatments and cures; encourage and empower others, especially children, to get involved and make a difference for kids with cancer

Phone: 610-649-3034
liz@alexslemonade.org
Geographical Areas: International
Director: Jay Scott, Liz Scott
14%
Advocacy
1%
Family Support
85%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Along Comes Hope

Mission:

Provide support through financial assistance with travel for treatment, creative emotional support programs and advocacy to promote policy changes, awareness and education.

Phone: 805-322-1423
info@alongcomeshope.com
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Jenny Mulks Wieneke
25%
Advocacy
50%
Family Support
0%
Research Funding
25%
Other
Other:
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Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation

Mission:

Fight childhood cancer by: (a) providing support to families of kids with cancer; (b) funding research; © supporting awareness and advocacy; and (d) spreading the B+ message

Phone: 302-563-8389
joe@livelikeandrew.org
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Joe McDonough
15%
Advocacy
40%
Family Support
30%
Research Funding
15%
Other
Other:
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aPODD

Mission:

aPODD is a patient-led group of industrial and scientific experts determined to bridge the gaps that hinder children’s cancer drug development.

We support and run research and development programmes for the testing of potential new therapies to treat childhood cancer and push for their clinical use and marketing approval. All these programmes are run through collaborations with leading academic centres, research organisations and drug makers. aPODD will ensure that funds will be allocated in the most effective way and that all deadlines will be met.

cspadoni@apoddfoundation.org
Geographical Areas: International
Director: Cesare Spadoni
20%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
80%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Arms Wide Open Childhood Cancer Foundation

Mission:

Fund less toxic therapies for children with cancer; help families emotionally and financially; raise awareness

Phone: 732-904-2799
dena@awoccf.org
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Dena Sherwood
10%
Advocacy
20%
Family Support
40%
Research Funding
30%
Other
Other: Awareness: The Truth 365 Campaign
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Be Strong, Fight On!

Mission:

To accelerate high-potential childhood cancer research and champion projects that will result in less toxic, more curative therapies, especially for young pediatric acute myeloid leukemia (AML) patients.

Phone: 512-497-6495
julie@bestrongfighton.com
Geographical Areas: National
5%
Advocacy
5%
Family Support
90%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Bear Necessities Pediatric Cancer Foundation

Mission:

Eliminate pediatric cancer and provide hope and support to those who are touched by it.

Phone: 312-214-1200
office@bearnecessities.org
Geographical Areas: National; Research - USA; Bear Hugs Family Support: IL residents and children treated in IL
4%
Advocacy
48%
Family Support
48%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Beat Nb

Mission:

Beat Nb drives neuroblastoma cancer research and raises awareness, making a difference in kids’ survival today. We want to change the story for the next family by finding viable treatments and ultimately, a cure for neuroblastoma.

Phone: 813-586-3972
hello@beatnb.org
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Kyle Matthews
15%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
85%
Research Funding
0%
Other
Books That Heal

Books That Heal

Mission:

Empower children suffering from chronic illnesses and provide support to their families.  The organization helps pediatric cancer patients write and illustrate their very own children’s book, which is then published.  Books That Heal hosts signing events to celebrate and empower the children, and donate royalties of books sales to the families of the children and to research centers of their choosing.

Phone: 347-231-4969
michael@booksthathealcommunity.com
Geographical Areas: National: Florida, New Jersey, Texas, and Nebraska
Director: Michael Flatley
0%
Advocacy
50%
Family Support
50%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Braden’s Hope for Childhood Cancer

Mission:

Raise awareness and funds for research trial treatments

Phone: 913-961-3703
deliecehofen@bradenshope.org
Geographical Areas: National: Kansas City, Cincinnati, Boston, Philadelphia, Texas
Director: Deliece Hofen
0%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
50%
Research Funding
50%
Other
Other: Awareness
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Caleb’s Crusade Against Childhood Cancer

Mission:

We support Advocacy, raise awareness for childhood cancer, and directly fund local families aiding in the financial challenges that come with such a diagnoses.

Phone: 239-896-8786
robwhan@gmail.com
Geographical Areas: Local: Southwest Florida
Director: Rob Whan
25%
Advocacy
50%
Family Support
0%
Research Funding
25%
Other
Other: Awareness
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CancerFree Kids

Mission:

To eradicate cancer as a life-threatening disease in children by funding promising research that might otherwise go unfunded

Phone: 513-575-5437
ellen@cancerfreekids.org
Geographical Areas: National: Primarily Ohio, though hold fundraisers and fund research nationally
Director: Ellen Flannery
2%
Advocacy
3%
Family Support
90%
Research Funding
5%
Other
Other: Awareness
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Candlelighters NYC

Mission:

Candlelighters NYC is an organization dedicated to helping families get through the difficult times when a child is diagnosed with and being treated for cancer .We assist through all stages: discovery, diagnosis, treatment and remission- “BECAUSE KIDS CAN’T FIGHT CANCER ALONE”™

Phone: 917-886-4573
info@candlelightersnyc.org
Geographical Areas: New York City
Director: Barbara Zobian
10%
Advocacy
80%
Family Support
0%
Research Funding
10%
Other
Other: strollers, and anything else that brings comfort to the families
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Canines-N-Kids Foundation

Mission:

The Canines-N-Kids Foundation is committed to finding a cure to the devastating cancers that canines and children face in common. We fund the most promising, humane research and clinical trials to treat canine cancer patients, while answering critical questions that will accelerate a cure for children battling these same cancers.

Phone: 703-835-4346
info@caninesnkids.org
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Ulrike Szalay
25%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
65%
Research Funding
10%
Other
Other: Scholarships
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ccThrive

Mission:

ccThrive’s mission is to build awareness that childhood cancer survivors can thrive by providing visibility to high profile childhood cancer survivors performing at top levels to demonstrate that survivorship is not necessarily defined by diminished physical and cognitive capacities.

We encourage children with cancer to be as active as possible, both physically and cognitively and once off treatment, to be proactive and persistent in their full rehabilitation and entry into competitive pursuits.

Phone: 802-448-2950
info@ccthrive.org
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Andrew Shamis
30%
Advocacy
60%
Family Support
10%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Chase After a Cure

Mission:

Chase After a Cure is a Non Profit Corporation dedicated to children’s cancer research.  We raise awareness for children’s cancer and provide funding for research labs who specialize in children’s cancer research.  Our main focus for research is the more aggressive and deadly cancer called neuroblastoma.

Phone: 804-761-4144
adam@chaseafteracure.com
Geographical Areas: Local: Charleston, South Carolina
Director: Adam White
10%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
90%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Childhood Cancer Awareness Group of Coffee County

Mission:

Provide financial and caring support to families and raise awareness locally.

Phone: 912-381-8332
gd.272009@hotmail.com
Geographical Areas: Georgia
Director: Ginger Diamond
0%
Advocacy
90%
Family Support
10%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Childhood Cancer Guides

Mission:

Serve the childhood cancer community by publishing books that are reviewed by experts, are full of stories from families, and provide:

  • Clear explanations of the various types of childhood cancer
  • Descriptions of state-of-the-art treatments for childhood cancers
  • Emotional support for every member of the family
  • Access to helpful resources
info@childhoodcancerguides.org
Geographical Areas: International: US, Canada, Australia, Europe
Director: Nancy Keene
5%
Advocacy
95%
Family Support
0%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Children’s Cause for Cancer Advocacy

Mission:

Ensure the needs and perspectives of children with cancer and survivors are integrated into the highest deliberations on health care and cancer policy on the federal level. CCCA has lead efforts to create federal policies that ensure all children with cancer and childhood cancer survivors, regardless of income and insurance and insurance and insurance status, have access to the critical treatment and follow-up care they need. Our ultimate goal is for childhood cancer to non longer be the leading cause of death by disease in our children. CCCA advocates for (1) access to less toxic and more effective pediatric cancer therapies; (2) expanded resources for research and specizlied care; (3) increased health care and support services that will not bankrupt families; and (4) the unique needs and challenges of the more than 350,000 childhood cancer survivors whose future care and screenings will be more extensive than the general population and must be tailored to the type of cancer and treatment they experienced. CCCA is dedicated to disseminating information about vital national health care access issues facing children with cancer and their families. We have hosted advocacy trainings, distributed newsletters, produced policy briefs, and have used social media such as FB and Twitter to advance the cause of ending pediatric cancer through access to care.

Phone: 202-336-8375
mlilly@childrenscause.org
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Maureen Lilly
95%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
5%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Children’s Neuroblastoma Cancer Foundation

Mission:

Find a cure for neuroblastoma through research funding, education, awareness, and advocacy programs

Phone: 866-671-2623
ptall@mindspring.com
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Patricia Tallungan
5%
Advocacy
25%
Family Support
70%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Children’s Oncology Camping Association, International (COCA-I)

Mission:

Strengthen the international community of camps for children with cancer and their families through networking, advocacy, and education

Phone: 770-973-8049
dsmith@specialove.com
Geographical Areas: International: Majority of members are in US and Canada
Director: Dave Smith
70%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
30%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Christina Renna Foundation Inc.

Mission:

Dedicated to supporting childhood cancer research and furthering awareness and education through the support of cancer groups and outreach programs for the direct support of those in need.

Phone: 631-225-2074
crf4acure@verizon.net
Geographical Areas: Local: Long Island, NY
Director: Philip Renna
25%
Advocacy
25%
Family Support
50%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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CJ’s Journey

Mission:

Provide hope to and assist children, young adults, and their families with childhood cancer; to raise funding for childhood cancer research; to assist other organization that provide funding and support to patients and their families affected by childhood cancer; to raise awareness among and to education the public about childhood cancer

Phone: 314-651-8765
jeanineaubuchon@cjsjourney.org
Geographical Areas: Local: Missouri and Illinois
Director: Jeanini Aubuchon
30%
Advocacy
35%
Family Support
35%
Research Funding
10%
Other
Other: Dream Journeys
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Cure 4 the Kids Foundation

Mission:

To advance cures and means of prevention for pediatric catastrophic diseases through research and treatment, while providing access to quality medical care for the uninsured, underinsured, and medically indigent children of Nevada with complex medical issues; through a charity care plan, education, research, and advocacy. Consistent with the vision of our founders, that no child be deprived of care based on a family’s inability to pay for services.

Phone: 702-732-0952
alogan@cure4thekids.org
Geographical Areas: Regional: Nevada
Director: Annette Logan
10%
Advocacy
10%
Family Support
10%
Research Funding
70%
Other
Other: Direct medical care
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Cure Childhood Cancer, Inc.

Mission:

Dedicated to conquering childhood cancer through funding targeted research and through support of patients and their families.

Phone: 770-986-0035 x24
kristin@curechildhoodcancer.org
Geographical Areas: Regional: Georgia
Director: Kristin Connor
0%
Advocacy
35%
Family Support
55%
Research Funding
10%
Other
Other: Admin / Fundraising
cure4cam

Cure4Cam Childhood Cancer Foundation

Mission:

The Cure4Cam Childhood Cancer Organization seeks to raise community awareness concerning, and supports the development of, new and more humane therapies for childhood cancer. Today, standard therapies for children with cancer involve highly toxic and damaging treatments that cause painful and embarrassing side-effects, force separation from families and friends, have devastating short and long-term psychological impact, and produce permanent health issues. These unfavorable effects are not well known in the general population and, ultimately, many of these children do not survive.  We believe in a future in which cancer treatment for children will be gentler and more effective. New and highly inspirational therapies, which specifically target each patient’s individual cancer cells, are within reach but seriously underfunded.  By bringing breakthroughs in childhood cancer research to the forefront, we can raise public concern and, subsequently, funds needed to support research grants and new clinical studies.  We need your help.  As Cameron said, “The best kind of inspiration is the kind that makes you want to save a life.”

Phone: 610-942-4715
regina@cure4cam.org
Geographical Areas: Local: Phila suburbs; based in Downingtown
Director: Regina Evans
5%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
94%
Research Funding
1%
Other
Other: Bone marrow registry drives
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CureSearch for Childhood Cancer

Mission:

Our mission is to end childhood cancer by driving targeted and innovative research with measurable results in an accelerated time frame.

Phone: 240-235-2235
laura.thrall@curesearch.org
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Laura Thrall, President and CEO
5%
Advocacy
15%
Family Support
80%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Curing Kids’ Cancer

Mission:

Finding cures for childhood cancers in our lifetime by funding innovative research and treatments.

Phone: 866-933-2873
grainne@curingkidscancer.org
Geographical Areas: National and International (Canada) (Curing Kids Cancer supported 17 research projects in the United States and Canada in 2015)
Director: Grainne Owen
0%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
65%
Research Funding
35%
Other
Other: 30% to hospital or treatment facility endowments & 5% to childhood cancer awareness
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DC Candlelighters

Mission:

DC Candlelighters supports families of children with cancer through education, emotional support and financial support.

Phone: 703-795-3340
dccandlelighters@gmail.com
Geographical Areas: Regional: Washington DC, Northern Virginia, Maryland
Director: Meg Lawless Crossett
5%
Advocacy
95%
Family Support
0%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Dragon Master Foundation

Mission:

To develop and implement tools and technology to empower brain cancer researchers to collaborate more effectively and, further, to encourage that collaboration to find a path to the cure.

Phone: 316-204-2593
amanda.haddock@dragonmasterfoundation.org
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Amanda Haddock
0%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
100%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Emily Whitehead Foundation

Mission:

Raising research funds and awareness for childhood cancer.

jessi@emilywhiteheadfoundation.org
Geographical Areas: National, headquartered in Philadelphia
Director: Jessi Ayoub
10%
Advocacy
10%
Family Support
80%
Research Funding
0%
Other
evan-foundation

Evan’s Victory against Neuroblastoma Foundation

Mission:

The EVAN Foundation was established in 2011 in memory of Evan Lindberg who courageously battled stage lV neuroblastoma for four years after being diagnosed in 2006. The mission of the organization is to fund the most promising basic’ translational and clinical research on neuroblastoma, and support patient wellness programs for pediatric cancer patients currently in treatment.

Phone: 301-528-5146
wendy@theevanfoundation.org
Geographical Areas: National: Support family wellness in DC; fund research nationally
Director: Windy Lindberg
0%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
90%
Research Funding
10%
Other
Other: Patient wellness
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Flashes of Hope

Mission:

Accelerate a cure for children’s cancer while honoring the unique life and memory of every child with cancer. We provide portraits to 7000 children each year and fund millions in research through our partners.

Phone: 440-442-9700
allison@flashesofhope.org
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Allison Clark / Kristine Difiores
0%
Advocacy
50%
Family Support
50%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Francesco Loccisano Memorial Foundation / Frankie’s Mission

Mission:

Dedicated to families of children with cancer, providing compassionate and direct financial assistance to families; also dedicated to spread awareness on the importance of research for pediatric cancer.

Phone: 718-234-1729
camille@frankiesmission.org
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Camille Loccisano
20%
Advocacy
80%
Family Support
0%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Get Well Gabby Foundation

Mission:

To help children who are diagnosed with cancer to Get Well by providing funds to hospital initiatives, research projects, and financially assisting individual families.

Phone: 484-885-8264
carolynn.vogel@getwellgabby.org
Geographical Areas: Regional: Mainly serve the Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware areas. We have programs that do branch out nationally to other hospitals across the United States.
Director: Carolynn Vogel
45%
Advocacy
20%
Family Support
20%
Research Funding
15%
Other
Other:
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Go Gold Fund

Mission:

Fight for the voiceless youth in the pursuit of elevating childhood cancer awareness and generating bold action through online story-sharing, events, and media with hopes to change the percentage of dollars invested in childhood cancer research and make a real difference for a cure.

Phone: 713-410-5205
adina@gogold.org
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Mike Dina
33%
Advocacy
33%
Family Support
34%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Gold in September Charitable Trust

Mission:

Color the world gold so every child everywhere will survive cancer; raise awareness and inspire action for childhood cancer initiatives.  We will support every child everywhere by distributing funds in the following 2 ways: (1) To 27 pediatric cancer centers located across North America for pediatric cancer research and clinical trials; and (2) To the Children’s Oncology Group’s “Project: EveryChild” to test and tissue-bank cancer cells from every child in North America who is diagnosed with cancer.

Phone: 262-352-9019
amanda@goldinseptember.org
Geographical Areas: International
Director: Amanda Bowen
25%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
75%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Gold Rush Cure Foundation

Mission:

Gold Rush Cure Foundation advocates both locally and nationally for increased awareness and research funding for childhood cancer. Additionally, GRCF mentors families affected by childhood cancer, ensuring that parents have the resources they need for their children. Lastly, we focus on the children themselves, supporting them emotionally and financially through the “Pot of Gold” program.

Phone: 949-296-5444
sandy@goldrushcure.org
Geographical Areas: California, Arizona, Colorado & Hospitals Upon Request
Director: Sandy Barker
30%
Advocacy
70%
Family Support
0%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Grayson Saves Foundation

Mission:

The Grayson Saves Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that aids children and families afflicted with pediatric brain tumors. The Foundation’s goal is to provide monetary assistance to help promote awareness of pediatric brain tumors and support the research efforts to treat pediatric brain tumors.

Phone: 302-547-7727
graysonsavesfoundation@gmail.com
Geographical Areas: Local--US North East
Director: James Ryerson
25%
Advocacy
15%
Family Support
60%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Have Faith Be Strong

Mission:

Have Faith Be Strong is a nonprofit organization established in honor and memory of Breanna and Jalen Thayer, both of whom lost their lives to childhood cancer. Breanna was 4 years old and Jalen was 15 years old when they earned their “Angel Wings”. Have Faith Be Strong was started by our son Jalen shortly after he was diagnosed with cancer at age 13. He came up with the slogan Have Faith Be Strong. Our mission is to help children diagnosed with cancer and their families deal with childhood cancer together as a family. We plan to create opportunities for children and their families to engage in recreational activities and outings together.

thayer006@aol.com
Geographical Areas: International: Based in Long Beach, California
Director: Lance Thayer
50%
Advocacy
50%
Family Support
0%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Hope & Heroes Children’s Cancer Fund

Mission:

To philanthropically support clinical research at the Division of Pediatric Hematology, Oncology, & Stem Cell Transplantation at Columbia University Medical Center

Phone: 212-305-1419
j52807@columbia.edu
Geographical Areas: Regional: NJ, NJ, CT, PA (somewhat)
Director: Jeremy Shatan
5%
Advocacy
10%
Family Support
35%
Research Funding
50%
Other
Other: Clinical care programs
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Hugs for Brady Foundation

Mission:

Raise awareness and funding to provide the research necessary to help cure childhood cancer; help children suffering with cancer in any way possible.

Phone: 732-659-5119
swells@hugsforbrady.com
Geographical Areas: Regional: NJ, NY, Conn., Pa.
Director: Sherrie M. Wells
5%
Advocacy
5%
Family Support
75%
Research Funding
15%
Other
Other: Hospital renovations, gaming systems for hospitals, wagons, etc.
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I Care I Cure Childhood Cancer Foundation

Mission:

To fund research and raise public awareness of the need for less toxic cures for childhood cancer and to focus on targeted therapies

Phone: 800-807-8013
info@icareicure.org
Geographical Areas: Local: Based in South Florida; fund research nationally
Director: Beth-Ann Krimsky
0%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
100%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Jack’s Angels

Mission:

Jack’s Angels mission is awareness and research for DIPG and pediatric brain tumors, and advocacy for children with cancer.

Phone: 661-977-3125
jacksangels1@gmail.com
Geographical Areas: Southern California
Director: Janet Demeter
50%
Advocacy
10%
Family Support
40%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation

Mission:

The mission of The Jeff Gordon Foundation is to support children battling cancer by funding programs that improve patients’ quality of life, treatment programs that increase survivorship and pediatric medical research dedicated to finding a cure.

Phone: 980-255-8504
tkriger@jgiracing.com
Geographical Areas: International: USA, Rwanda, Australia
Director: Trish Kriger
5%
Advocacy
10%
Family Support
70%
Research Funding
15%
Other
Other: Global Access to Care in Resource Constrained Countries
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Jeremy Cares

Mission:

It is our goal to create moments of joy for families who have children with cancer and other life threatening illnesses based on our founding philosophy of paying it forward and the belief that a little caring can go along way in creating hope.

Phone: 440-933-9146
info@jeremycares.org
Geographical Areas: North East Ohio
Director: Debbie George
5%
Advocacy
80%
Family Support
0%
Research Funding
15%
Other
Other: financial
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Journey4ACure

Mission:

Dedicated to: funding research; increasing awareness; enhancing the lives of families (most of these resources dedicated to iPad program)

beth@journey4acure.org
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Beth Collingwood
15%
Advocacy
35%
Family Support
50%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Kids Cancer Research Foundation

Mission:

 

Provide financial support for research and clinical trials that will cure neuroblastoma, with an emphasis on non-toxic treatments.
Phone: 805-550-7682
frank@endkidscancer.org
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Frank Kalman
10%
Advocacy
10%
Family Support
60%
Research Funding
20%
Other
Other: Education
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Kids v Cancer

Mission:

KIDS V CANCER promotes pediatric cancer research by identifying structural impediments at key junctures in the research process – new drugs, tissue donation and access to funding – and developing strategies to address them

Phone: 646-361-3590
nancygoodman@kidsvcancer.org
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Nancy Goodman
100%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
0%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Little Eric’s Foundation

Mission:

Support research and raise awareness as well as improve the quality of life of patients and their families, in the hope of finding a cure for pediatric brain and childhood cancers.

Phone: 570-814-3550
info@littleericsfoundation.org
Geographical Areas: Luzerne and Lackawanna Counties, Pa.
Director: Jessica Speicher
0%
Advocacy
10%
Family Support
90%
Research Funding
0%
Other
luck2tuck

Luck2Tuck Foundation

Mission:

On October 9, 2012 Truxtun “Tucker” Hare Gowen passed away after a 6 1/2 month battle against a rare form of AML Leukemia. Tucker inspired thousands of supporters all over the world as he battled bravely from a hospital bed, unable to go home to his family and friends. He beat the cancer, but the side effects of the aggressive chemotherapy was ultimately too strong for his already weakened immune system. Six days from completing his chemotherapy course, he went into septic shock. A month later he passed away…cancer free. The mission of the Luck2Tuck Foundation is to raise funds for pediatric cancer research, complications associated with its treatment, and provide financial and emotional support to families of children with cancer. We are also dedicated to funding an annual scholarship in Tucker’s memory at Pomperaug High School in Southbury, CT. The scholarship will be awarded to a senior who reflects Tucker’s perseverance and positive attitude as they have overcome their own challenges in life. The Foundation serves to pay tribute to the optimism, courage, strength and spirit that Tucker showed throughout his fight against leukemia. Our ultimate goal is to help save children’s lives and to help support families as they are faced with the devastating news that their child has been diagnosed with cancer.

Phone: 203-264-3232
luck2tuck@gmail.com
Geographical Areas: Regional: New England
Director: Jennifer Gowen
15%
Advocacy
15%
Family Support
70%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Make Some Noise: Cure Kids Cancer Foundation, Inc.

Mission:

The Make Some Noise: Cure Kids Cancer Foundation was established by a child with cancer with one purpose in mind: to fund pediatric cancer research. To that end, the foundation serves as a vehicle to secure private funding to distribute to research facilities and promote awareness through its fund raising activities. The designation of funds to various research facilities is cancer specific and based on the foundation’s annual evaluation of the latest research.

Phone: 973-656-1111
julie@makenoise4kids.org
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Julie Sutherland
0%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
100%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Martin Truex Jr. Foundation

Mission:

We find purpose and focus in our mission to raise awareness, boost advocacy, and generate financial support for underfunded cancer research initiatives specific to ovarian and childhood cancers. Together, we have the power to improve lives, inspire smiles and realize dreams. We will Never Give Up.

sandy@martintruexjr.com
Director: Sandy Plemmons
0%
Advocacy
50%
Family Support
25%
Research Funding
25%
Other
Other: MTj Pediatric Emergency Center at Southern Ocean Medical Center
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Mattie Miracle Cancer Foundation

Mission:

Dedicated to addressing the psychosocial needs of children and families living with childhood cancer as well as educating health care providers on the impact of such a diagnosis on children and their families.

Phone: 202-549-8036
vicki@mattiemiracle.com
Geographical Areas: National, with local programs in DC, MD and VA
Director: Victoria Sardi-Brown
10%
Advocacy
85%
Family Support
5%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Max Cure Foundation

Mission:

(1) Fund pediatric cancer research, including underwriting a T-cell lab at Memorial Sloan Kettering; (2) provide financial support to low-income families battling pedatric cancer

Phone: 646-599-9218
rplotkin@maxcure.org
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Richard Plotkin
10%
Advocacy
45%
Family Support
45%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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MIB Agents Osteosarcoma Alliance

Mission:

The Mission of M.I.B. Agents is to Make It Better for children with osteosarcoma, bone cancer. With love and hope, M.I.B. Agents: pairs a child in treatment with a survivor of their same cancer, icluding through MIB Agent Gamers, provides items of comfort and entertainment for their treatment and recovery and arranges end-of-life experiences for the child when options for treatment have been exhausted. Finally, M.I.B. Agents is dedicated to increasing research for better treatments and outcomes for those with osteosarcoma.

M.I.B. Agents makes it better by helping to increase the quality of comfort and life for kids with osteosarcoma with the help of our community of dedicated and passionate Agents.

Phone: 802-234-8251
info@mibagents.org
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Ann Graham
5%
Advocacy
75%
Family Support
20%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Morgan Adams Foundation

Mission:

Raise money for and awareness on behalf of children affected with cancer. Working with leading physicians, we directly fund pediatric cancer research and therapies that will improve survival rates and reduce the devastating side-effects that cancer treatments have on our children

Phone: 303-758-2130
robin@morganadamsfoundation.org
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Robin French
0%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
80%
Research Funding
20%
Other
Other: Education
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Mystic Force Foundation

Mission:

Our main objective is to raise awareness of Childhood Cancer and desperately needed funds for research to bring less toxic, more effective treatments for these children. We also strive to enhance the lives of children battling Childhood Cancer through inpatient hospital parties and the granting ‘Wishes’ whenever possible. Our ultimate goal is to find a cure for all the children afflicted with this very painful and aggressive disease.

Phone: 305-726-1155
silvia@mysticforcefoundation.com
Director: Silvia Vanni
0%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
0%
Research Funding
0%
Other
Nathan's Hope

Nathan’s Hope

Mission:

To give families a hope for tomorrow by developing universal awareness, funding necessary research, lending support, expressing love through giving, sending information back, and serving families through counseling.

Phone: 434-942-3213
info@nathanshope.org
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Robert & Dawn Norman
20%
Advocacy
40%
Family Support
40%
Research Funding
0%
Other
NPCF

National Pediatric Cancer Foundation

Mission:

Fund research to eliminate childhood cancer, with specific focus on finding less toxic, more targeted therapies by partnering with leading hospitals nationwide through our research initiative (the Sunshine Project)

Phone: 813-269-0955
DFrazer@nationalpcf.org
Geographical Areas: National
Director: David Frazer
0%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
100%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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NICK–Northwest Indiana Cancer Kids Foundation, Inc

Mission:

Hope, help, heal

Phone: 219-765-7677
donna@nwicancerkids.org
Geographical Areas: Regional--Northwest Indiana
Director: Donna Criner
0%
Advocacy
30%
Family Support
30%
Research Funding
40%
Other
Other: Emotional Support
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Noah’s Bandage Project

Mission:

Noah’s Bandage Project has 2 goals; collect cool, fun bandages for kids that need them, and raise money for pediatric cancer research. NBP was started by Noah Wilson shortly after he was diagnosed with Ewings Sarcoma. He was 6 years old at the time, and quickly found that the hospital he was getting treatment at did not have cool, fun bandages. He wanted to help his fellow patients, so he started collecting fun bandages. To date, he’s collected over 52k boxes of bandages, and raised over $200k for pediatric cancer research. Noah passed away in June of 2015 after developing a secondary cancer, AML Leukemia. His foundation is now run by his parents, Scott and Deb Wilson, in honor of their son.

Phone: 703-599-9154
scott@noahsbp.com
Geographical Areas: Primary activity is in the Kansas City area, but we host bandage drives through schools, scout troops, churches, and clubs throughout the United States. We also ship bandages to kids all across the world. The grants that we fund ($100k grants) are all associated to Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City.
Director: Deb Wilson
0%
Advocacy
40%
Family Support
60%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Noah’s Light Foundation

Mission:

Find a cure for pediatric brain cancer by supporting visionary doctors in pediatric oncology, funding new research in the field, raising awareness of our cause, and enriching the lives of the brave children struggling with this disease

Phone: 407-614-5773
suzanne.nixon@noahslightfoundation.org
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Suzanne Nixon
5%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
90%
Research Funding
5%
Other
Other:
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Open Hands Overflowing Hearts

Mission:

To inform people of the need, and raise funds, for pediatric cancer research in all areas where funding is lacking.

Phone: 205-823-5333
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Christen Perry
0%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
95%
Research Funding
5%
Other
Other: Awareness
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Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation

Mission:

The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization established in 1991. As the world’s largest non-governmental source of funding for childhood brain tumor research, we work to eliminate the challenges of childhood brain tumors. We also provide educational resources, college scholarships and emotional support for brain tumor survivors and their families.

Phone: 828-418-0831
info@curethekids.org
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Robin Boettcher
10%
Advocacy
25%
Family Support
65%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Pediatric Cancer Foundation – Mamaroneck, New York

Mission:

Find a cure for childhood cancer. This is accomplished through the support of research, state of the art equipment/ instruments and patient/parent care for world-renowned doctors at the hospitals

Phone: 914-777-3127
cherylannrosen@gmail.com
Geographical Areas: National: Greater New York, Tri State Area, and Chicago
Director: Cheryl Rosen, Chairman of the Board
0%
Advocacy
20%
Family Support
80%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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People Against Childhood Cancer (PAC2)

Mission:

The People Against Childhood Cancer (PAC2) mission is to raise awareness of childhood cancer and to unite the childhood cancer world to speak and fight as “One Voice United Against Childhood Cancer”. We believe that together, we can accomplish more. PAC2 was founded in 2008 to provide the childhood cancer community a place to share information, connect and support the mission of curing childhood cancer.  We serve the childhood cancer community and childhood cancer organizations through shared information and promotion of member organization’s missions, events and initiatives. We also produce original content related to the mission of curing childhood cancer. PAC2 is operated by volunteers, does not raise funds, has no operating budget and is independent. PAC2 does not duplicate or compete with the efforts of organizations that are members.  PAC2’s overall mission is reflected in its slogan “One Voice United Against Childhood Cancer.”

Phone: 919-539-1928
ajsdad4227@gmail.com
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Bob Piniewski
30%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
0%
Research Funding
70%
Other
Other: Awareness & Information Sharing
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Prayers for Elijah

Mission:

The Prayers for Elijah Foundation, a non-profit organization, is dedicated to advancing research and supporting treatment options for pediatric cancer with a vested interest in Epithelioid Sarcoma.

Phone: 704-674-5353
becky@prayersforelijah.com
Geographical Areas: Local, Regional, National, International in the United States, North Carolina, South Carolina
Director: Becky Hughes
25%
Advocacy
50%
Family Support
25%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Precious Jules Childhood Cancer Foundation

Mission:

Create, operate, and support fundraising initiatives and events to fund discovery, advancement, and treatment of pediatric oncology research; promote public awareness and advocacy through such events; and provide support for children and adolescents with cancer and their families

Phone: 908-590-2088
info@preciousjules.org
Geographical Areas: Local: New Jersey
Director: Carlos Silva
15%
Advocacy
35%
Family Support
50%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Princesses on a Mission

Mission:

Princesses on a Mission, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit charity organization that help families in Eastern NC that have children with cancer or a rare disease. Princesses on a Mission is dedicated to providing invaluable support to families struggling with childhood life-threatening illness. We are working hard to provide for the needs of the parents and family that have a child going through cancer or a serious illness supporting to the basic needs of the family. We realize that when a child has been diagnosed with a serious life-threatening disease that the whole family is affected.

Phone: 252-509-5034
princessesonamissioninc@gmail.com
Geographical Areas: Local/Regional: Eastern North Carolina
Director: Patricia Heath
12%
Advocacy
75%
Family Support
0%
Research Funding
13%
Other
Other:
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Richi Childhood Cancer Foundation

Mission:

We work to ensure that all children who suffer at the hands of cancer have the opportunity for a better prognosis and quality of life.  We are reaching our mission with our two main programs: The Richi House and The Richi Research.

With the Richi House we will help alleviate the strain that a life threatening illness puts on children with cancer and their family members by providing a relaxing, carefree, and enjoyable environment. It will be a place where children would rediscover their childhoods for a while, leaving behind nurses, doctors, treatments, suffering, and lives as patients.
With the Richi Research we support research focused on finding cures for childhood cancer and giving survivors long and healthy lives. We deal with leading pediatric hospitals and research centers, establishing the necessary partnerships that allow us to support them financially for finding cures.
Phone: 857-245-0898
rg@richifoundation.org
Geographical Areas: International: United States and Spain
Director: Ricardo Garcia
0%
Advocacy
75%
Family Support
25%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Ryan’s Case for Smiles

Mission:

Ryan’s Case for Smiles is one of the few volunteer organizations solely dedicated to helping sick children cope with the stress of their illnesses and injuries. We provide children with whimsical pillowcases to brighten their hospital rooms, as well as provide a diversion from long hospital days by sewing together. While seemingly simple, a pillowcase provides seven proven stress reducers that enhance the emotional well-being of the children and their families: Comfort, Play, Choice, Familiarity, Expression, Connection and Hope. Enhanced emotional well-being leads to faster and enhanced recovery. Our ultimate goal- To help kids feel better to heal better.

To further improve our efforts, Case for Smiles is partnering with the nation’s leading pediatric psychologists at the Center for Pediatric Traumatic Stress to develop and distribute tools to help children and families cope. These tools are being distributed to over 330 hospitals throughout North America.

Phone: 610-247-1361
cindy@caseforsmiles.org
Geographical Areas: International: 330 Hospitals in the U.S. and Canada
Director: Cindy Kerr
0%
Advocacy
100%
Family Support
0%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Sammy’s Superheroes

Mission:

Committed to raising awareness for childhood cancer and fund life-saving research

Phone: 402-616-6974
amyevans@sammyssuperheroes.org
Geographical Areas: Regional: Nebraska (looking to expand nationally)
Director: Amy Williams
50%
Advocacy
10%
Family Support
40%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Solving Kids’ Cancer

Mission:

SKC finds, funds, and manages novel, high-impact clinical research to improve survival of the deadliest childhood cancers (neuroblastoma, sarcomas, and CNS tumors

Phone: 212-588-6624
scott@solvingkidscancer.org
Geographical Areas: International
Director: Scott Kennedy
0%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
100%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Sophia’s Fund

Mission:

We are a donation driven organization that provides financial support to children undergoing cancer treatments and their families. Sophia’s Fund is also in the battle to help increase childhood cancer awareness, funding, and research.

Phone: 508-480-8989
tony@sophiasfund.com
Geographical Areas: Regional: New England
Director: Tony Stoddard
10%
Advocacy
60%
Family Support
30%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Steven G AYA Cancer Research Fund

Mission:

Raise awareness about AYA (adolescent and young adult) cancer and the need for research to find better ways to treat and cure our young people

Phone: 440-871-2681
angie@fightconquercure.com
Geographical Areas: Regional: Ohio - northeast
Director: Angie Giallourakis
10%
Advocacy
10%
Family Support
70%
Research Funding
10%
Other
Other: Awareness building; community outreach; collaborating w/ other AYA cancer-affiliated agencies
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Swifty Foundation

Mission:

The Swifty Foundation was founded to celebrate the life of Michael Gustafson who died at age 15 from medullablastoma. Michael started the foundation before his death so “know other child would have to go through what he did”. Michael wanted to be a scientist, but instead donated his tissue to researchers to help find a cure. Swifty’s mission is to promote tissue donation, fund pediatric cancer research, and raise awareness through social media campaigns and events. 100% of all donations go straight to research, no expenses are paid with Swifty Foundation funds. Michael’s parents pay all foundation expenses.

Phone: 630-723-1109
pattigustafson@sbcglobal.net
Geographical Areas: USA and Canada
Director: Patti Gustafson
0%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
100%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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tay-bandz / Kids Curing Cancer

Mission:

Dedicated to raising awareness and funding pediatric cancer research.

Phone: 914-772-6146
suematt624@gmail.com
Geographical Areas: National, including New York, Michigan, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Wisconsin
Director: Sue Matthews
15%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
85%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Team G Foundation

Mission:

Support families fighting pediatric cancer and finding new and innovative treatments to ultimately cure childhood cancer

Phone: 831-440-9001
krisycos1@gmail.com
Geographical Areas: National
10%
Advocacy
40%
Family Support
60%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation

Mission:

Serve families, build awareness, and raise funds for research to help cure childhood cancer

Phone: 972-663-7327
jsinger@teamconnor.org
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Jamie Singer
10%
Advocacy
10%
Family Support
80%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Tennessee Cancer Consortium/Childhood Committee

Mission:

Achieve the goal and objectives in the childhood chapter of the TN Cancer Control Plan.  The Childhood Committee developed 5 regional action teams comprised of representatives of over 30 childhood cancer organizations.  Action teams set regional priorities and work together on statewide initiatives.  We unite to: (a) raise awareness; (b) advocate; (c) provide resources; and (d) make our voices heard

Phone: 615-383-2023
jlouis5678@aol.com
Geographical Areas: Regional--State of Tennessee as well as children/families at COG hospitals within TN
80%
Advocacy
20%
Family Support
0%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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The Naya Foundation

Mission:

Discover non-toxic treatments and cures for pediatric cancer so children with cancer can live long and healthy lives. We achieve our mission by funding groundbreaking translational research that leverages the latest understanding of cancer biology – research that will create new treatments that save more children’s lives.

Phone: 610-742-4500
Robin@nayafoundation.org
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Robin Olson
0%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
100%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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The Scarlett Fund

Mission:

The Scarlett Fund was created by Jennifer and Robert James in honor of their daughter, Scarlett, who was diagnosed with T cell lymphoma in 2013. Every dollar raised by The Scarlett Fund is allocated to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK)’s Department of Pediatrics—whose internationally recognized team treats more children with cancer than any other institution in the world. The Scarlett Fund is driving a groundbreaking pediatric precision medicine initiative. The goal is to identify genetic mutations, and develop new, less-toxic targeted therapies for this most vulnerable group of patients. The Scarlett Fund is fueling pioneering research that will impact boys and girls around the world battling cancer, while also bringing attention to these understudied malignancies.

Phone: 917-754-1111
jenniferjjames@mac.com
Geographical Areas: New York City
Director: Jennifer James
0%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
100%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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The Truth 365

Mission:

To give a voice to all children fighting cancer by raising national awareness

Phone: 732-904-2799
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Dena Sherwood
80%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
20%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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TheTruth365-Australia

Mission:

To raise childhood cancer awareness nationally and unite the childhood cancer community to advocate and represent Australia’s children as ‘One Voice Against Childhood Cancer’

We hope to achieve our mission through the following:

1) Support and promote the initiatives of childhood cancer groups and organisations

2) Provide a voice for children, adolescents and families affected by childhood cancer

3) Operate as a ‘campaign only’, therefore we shall not fundraise, nor duplicate the work of others

TheTruth365-Australia Incorporated is registered with the Australian Charities and Non-profit Commission (ACNC) under the following categories:

1) Advancing Health (children)
2) Institution whose principal activity is to promote the prevention or the control of diseases in human beings
3) Promote or oppose a change to law, government policy or practice

ABN: 31712893244 (inclusive of tax exemption and DGR status)

Phone: 610-466-345147
truth365aus@gmail.com
Geographical Areas: Local, Regional, National, International (Headquartered in Aldinga Beach, SA, Australia)
Director: Declan Griffin
100%
Advocacy
0%
Family Support
0%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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This Star Won’t Go Out

Mission:

Financial assisting families struggling through the journey of a child living with cancer

Phone: 857-526-1339
thisstarwontgoout@gmail.com
Geographical Areas: Regional: New England (looking to expand nationally)
Director: Lori Earl
5%
Advocacy
90%
Family Support
5%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Wade’s Army

Mission:

To make neuroblastoma a household name and to help advance research through funding. Our mission is to raise money to selectively fund innovating treatment.  We also support families financially during treatment.

Phone: 609-651-2968
heatherdebruin@gmail.com
Geographical Areas: National
Director: Heather DeBruin
5%
Advocacy
20%
Family Support
75%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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West Virginia Kids Cancer Crusaders

Mission:

 

Coalition to unite and fight childhood cancer: we are a community of children, families, individuals, organizations, medical professionals, and caregivers with interest in creating awareness, advocating, and providing support and resources for all those West Virginians affected by young adult, adolescent, and childhood cancer.

 

Phone: 304-951-9777
marisa@wvkidscc.org
Geographical Areas: Local
Director: Marisa Pedro
35%
Advocacy
35%
Family Support
30%
Research Funding
0%
Other
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Zoe4Life

Mission:

 

Zoe4Life’s Mission is to:

  • support research
  • provide financial support to families in need
  • support kids during treatments
  • raise awareness about childhood cancer and the problems related to treatment
nicole@zoe4life.org
Geographical Areas: International Europe Switzerland
Director: Nicole Scobie
20%
Advocacy
40%
Family Support
40%
Research Funding
0%
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