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.
A Moment of Magic Foundation is a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to improve the quality of life of vulnerable and underserved children and inspire them to be brave, strong, and fearless through fun and engaging social wellness activities.
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.
To bring dignity and comfort into the harsh world of childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases.
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
Our mission is to accelerate the development of better treatments for children with cancer. We do this by supporting international drug re-purposing projects and drug development collaborations between academia and industry.
Fund less toxic therapies for children with cancer; help families emotionally and financially; raise awareness
ASK is dedicated to make life better for children with cancer and their families through emotional, financial, educational and social support.
The mission of the Austin Hatcher Foundation for Pediatric is to erase the effects of pediatric cancer and optimize each child’s quality of life through essential and specialized intervention, beginning at the time of diagnosis and continuing throughout survivorship. All programs are provided at no cost to the family and are not billed to insurance.
To eliminate pediatric cancer and to provide hope and support to those who are touched by it. Two major programs:
Bear Hugs: A Bear Hug is a customized experiences designed to brighten the life of a child fighting cancer;
Bear Discoveries: program provides much needed funding for investigators and fellows in their quest to discover new and novel treatments for pediatric cancer.
Bearing Hope was born on 9.21.2020 by Alea Ramsey. Alea was diagnosed at age 13 with osteosarcoma. She wanted to give back to other children fighting cancer at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. A kid with cancer BEARING HOPE to kids with cancer Bearing Hope Boxes are sent to each new warrior filled with hope and comfort. Bearing Bags are sent to the hospital with seasonal goodies such as fidgets, costumes, valentines etc to brighten the days and bear hope.
Funding research and clinical trials for children with solid tumor cancers creating options for kids today to increase survival and decrease toxicity.
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.
Braden’s Hope For Childhood Cancer raises awareness and funds for research precision-based treatments of childhood cancers to shut down the activators of childhood cancers.
We are dedicated to honoring all children who have fought, are fighting and who are yet to fight childhood cancer. We believe new treatments designed for children targeting the unique molecular variants of their disease are desperately needed to save lives and improve quality of life. We are dedicated to raising funds for research into high-risk childhood cancers, with a focus on rhabdomyosarcoma, and raising community and government awareness of the need for better treatments.
To encourage and empower others, especially children, to get involved and make a difference for children with cancer by raising global public awareness of childhood cancer through service project, education and advocacy initiatives; and to raise money primarily for research into earlier detection, newer treatments, and cutting edge, targeted therapies and cures for pediatric cancer that will be gentler and more tolerable through all stages: discovery, diagnosis, treatment, and remission.
We support Advocacy, raise awareness for childhood cancer, and directly fund local families aiding in the financial challenges that come with such a diagnoses.
Camp Casco creates amazing camp experiences that build lifelong connections for kids with cancer and their families.
The mission of CancerFree KIDS is to eradicate cancer as a life-threatening disease in children by funding promising research that might otherwise go unfunded. CancerFree KIDSCancerFree KIDS’ investments provide seed-funding for innovative, high-risk/high-reward research. This essential, but extremely limited funding is what will propel childhood cancer research forward. CancerFree KIDS has invested in over $5.3 million awarded in life saving childhood cancer research since its inception.
The Carson Leslie Foundation is dedicated to raising funds for research leading to a cure for pediatric cancer and enriching the lives of teens in the battle. Our mission is achieved through our (3) pillars:
1. Encourage: CARSON’S CORNER | TEENS IN THE BATTLE
2. Research: CHILDHOOD BRAIN CANCER RESEARCH #cureMEdullo
3. Educate: BRAIN CANCER IS THE DEADLIEST DISEASE OF OUR NATION’S CHILDREN
Children’s Cancer Cause ensures that the needs and perspectives of children with cancer, their families and survivors are integrated into national deliberations on health care, research, and cancer policy. We give survivors and families the resources and tools they need to be effective advocates in Washington and in their communities.
Children’s Cancer Research Fund is a charitable organization that acts courageously on donors’ behalf to improve childhood cancer outcomes.
• By funding critical research needs, nimbly and responsively. This includes providing seed grants for innovative research projects that hold great promise but don’t yet qualify for federal or larger funding;
• By collaborating with leading researchers who stay keenly attuned to the ever-changing landscape of cancer research
• By educating our nation about childhood cancer and its long-term effects,
• By supporting children and families affected by cancer, funding innovative services and fostering relationships that enhance quality of life.
• By fearlessly asking for the donor support needed, because every dollar matters in the search for a cure.
The Christina Renna Foundation is dedicated to supporting childhood cancer research and furthering awareness and education through the support of cancer groups and outreach program for the direct support of those in need. “A prayer, a wish and a dream of a cancer free world.TM”
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.
CURE Childhood Cancer is dedicated to conquering childhood cancer through funding targeted research while supporting patients and their families.
The Cure4Cam Childhood Cancer Foundation seeks to raise community awareness about childhood cancer and supports the development of new and more humane therapies for children with these diseases.
CureSearch has a laser focus on finding new and better therapies for children with cancer. We contribute specifically to pediatric drug development by only investing in projects that have commercial potential. We address outdated systems to create connection and community between stakeholders by providing platforms for engagement to allow critical conversations to occur.
The Daniela Conte Foundation is dedicated to raising awareness and research funds for Rhabdomyosarcoma with a particular interest in Embryonal Rhabdomyosarcoma (ERMS). We also provide financial support to families of kids with cancer.
To provide emotional, educational, financial and practical support to families battling childhood cancer.
Dragon Master Foundation’s mission is to find and accelerate cures for cancers and other diseases by fostering and rewarding a community of collaboration and innovation. We seek to expedite research, development, and treatments as well as to improve the quality of life for patients and their families.
Educate others about childhood cancers and raise money to fund research to cure childhood cancers with an interest in alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma.
Our mission is to Activate the Cure(TM) for childhood cancer by raising awareness and funding for innovative childhood cancer treatments that are less toxic and more targeted, such as immunotherapy, and supporting families facing childhood cancer.
Provide financial support for research and clinical trials that will cure neuroblastoma, with an emphasis on non-toxic treatments.
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.
The mission of Fabulous Faith’s Foundation is to end the suffering caused by childhood cancer by supporting cancer research, affected families, providers, and facilities while promoting awareness and hope that a cure will be found.
The For a Day Foundation is committed to providing emotional therapeutic experiences to children with cancer and their families. We believe every child – patient and siblings – deserve the joys of a normal childhood. We work with hospitals to host themed parties, and we work directly with families to support quality of life experiences that lift them up from the strain of chronic treatment.
Supporting children and families affected by childhood cancer.
Our MISSION is to help families, fund research, and raise awareness for DIPG and pediatric brain cancer. Gabriella’s Smile Foundation provides families with the necessary resources during the most critical times. No family should fight cancer alone.
Gold Rush Cure Foundation supports childhood cancer patients and families through their Pot of Gold Program for children’s hospitals around the country giving a gift of compassion to children during their difficult journey. We also support advocacy and awareness through federal legislation that benefits children fighting cancer and promotes increases in research funding, drug development and compassionate use.
Our mission is simple: to provide students battling cancer a stress-relieving, individualized learning experience to not only stabilize their academics, but also to rekindle their interests in STEAM. Through free, one-on-one digital classes, students will experience an effective form of learning that can allow them to both maintain the academic standards found in the school environment, and also to dive deeper into the custom fields of interest tailored to each student’s asking.
We strive to provide continued motivation for cancer patients to pursue their academic dreams. By working with students in all stages of treatment (including post-treatment), we can make the seamless transition from treatment to normal school life a reality.
Hope4ATRT is a research entity of Out of Zion Inc., dedicated to directing resources and research to families in the fight. Hope4ATRT provides a single dynamic site where parents can go to find all the information they need to navigate their child’s diagnosis, to know exactly what to do, where to go for treatment, and what resources are available to them. The organization has experts in the field that make sure parents have the relevant information they need, presented in a way they can easily understand. Hope4ATRT provides resources to parents, as well as supports ATRT research.
Raise awareness and funding to provide the research necessary to help cure childhood cancer; help children suffering with cancer in any way possible.
Jack’s Angels mission is awareness and research for DIPG and pediatric brain tumors, and advocacy for children with cancer.
Create moments of joy for families based on our founding philosophy of paying it forward and the belief that a little caring can go along way in creating hope. Provide Holiday Gifts to families in Northeast Ohio who have children in treatment, award PAYA college scholarships to survivors and siblings, host an annual event for siblings, and work with local (Northeast Ohio) hospitals to provide mini-wishes where and when appropriate.
Joey’s Journey Foundation was created to enrich the lives of children walking the rocky path of cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. Our mission is simple. With donations, Joey’s Journey will grant wishes, raise awareness and fund research to help families fighting pediatric cancer.
Our mission is to fund research that focuses on kidney cancers affecting children and young adults, raise awareness and provide support to families affected by childhood cancer. Our foundation is supported by an active Board of Directors operating solely on a volunteer basis. 100% of all donations made is used towards research and treatment options, patients care and advocacy for developing less toxic therapies to treat kidney cancer among children and young adults.
Dedicated to: funding immunotherapy research at Seattle Children’s; increasing advocacy and awareness about need the need to make funding childhood cancer research a national priority; enhancing the lives of children battling cancer through our iPAD program.
Julia’s Grace Foundation® brings moments of happiness and support to children with cancer and their families.
From giving special moments for a family to share, to providing items to make the long days in the clinic feel shorter, Julia’s Grace® helps children with cancer and their families smile with our special “hugs”.
Julia’s Grace Foundation® also grants monetary assistance, or “graces”, to families experiencing financial hardship due to the direct result of a child’s cancer treatment and care.
Julia’s Grace® brings “happiness, hope, & hugs” to families affected by childhood cancer.
JUST TRYAN IT provides financial assistance to families with a child in treatment for pediatric cancer. By promoting philanthropy, empathy and wellness, JTI inspires families to make a difference in their communities.
We help children and young adults (to 29 y.o.) with cancer and their families; we help to underwrite pediatric cancer research and treatment; and we educate the public about pediatric cancer.
As a nonprofit, Ladybug House will offer intermittent stays to families who are caring for their children with life challenging illnesses so they can have time for rest and quality time together.
Ladybug House will have two options for stay: one for the entire family and the other for the child to stay solo. Ladybug House will be an option beyond the hospital or home environment for end-of-life care offering an extra layer of support.
Ladybug House will consist of an interdisciplinary team of healthcare professionals, specially trained pediatric staff, and volunteers who provide 24/7 loving care and support.
This care will be provided with no out of pocket cost to the family.
Provide Hope and financial assistance to families fighting childhood cancer
We strengthen families living through childhood cancer by providing restorative retreats and helpful resources.
Support research and raise awareness to improve the quality of life of patients and their families, in the hope of finding a cure for pediatric brain and childhood cancers. LEF financially assists children and their families in treatment for pediatric cancers.
The relentless pursuit of the a complete and permanent cure for Ewing’s Sarcoma.
We encourage, empower, and educate those living with Li-Fraumeni Syndrome by connecting them with care, resources, and others who are Living LFS.
The Love, Chloe mission is to provide hope for families facing a childhood cancer diagnoses with essential travel items, financial support and funding of ground-breaking childhood cancer research while raising awareness.
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.
Mattie Miracle Cancer Foundation is dedicated to increasing childhood cancer awareness, education, advocacy, research and psychosocial support services to children, their families, and medical personnel. Children and their families will be supported throughout the cancer treatment journey, to ensure access to quality psychosocial and mental health care, and to enable children to cope with cancer so they can lead happy and productive lives.
The mission of The Max Cure Foundation, Inc., is to fund research for the development of pediatric cancer drugs, including funding to discover less toxic treatments for children with cancer, and as its research mission, to fund an Immune Cell Therapy Lab at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, to financially assist low income and military families battling cancer in their children, and through advocacy, to pursue legislative and regulatory changes that seek to benefit children with cancer and at the same time, raise awareness to the needs of those fighting pediatric cancer.
MIB Agents is a leading pediatric osteosarcoma nonprofit dedicated to Making It Better for our community of patients, caregivers, doctors, and researchers with the goal of less toxic, more effective treatments and a cure for this aggressive bone cancer.
Bring community together to create awareness, funding, resources, and research to fight childhood cancer in honor of Mighty Millie. The Mighty Millie Popsicle Project provides popsicles to hospitals and treatment centers to bring small moments of big joy to some of the bravest children in the world.
Support DIPG Research and Patients
Momcology is a national community-based organization directly serving caregivers of children with cancer through facilitated peer support programs, information distribution, partnerships with treatment centers, and engagement in projects and programs that address the ongoing needs of families affected by pediatric cancer from diagnosis, through treatment and into survivorship or bereavement care.
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.
The Neuroblastoma Children’s Cancer Society is a group made up of volunteers, many of whom have children or relatives who are victims or survivors of this disease. Our organization is an advocate for the children who suffer from neuroblastoma and is dedicated to serving as a support center for their families. The primary focus of the organization is to raise money to assist local research in neuroblastoma cancer, and to raise national awareness to focus additional research and funding until a cure can be found.
Providing HOPE and HELP to Northwest Indiana families affected by childhood cancer and supporting promising research so that all children with cancer can be HEALed.
Our Amazing Fighters is committed to raising awareness and spreading joy to kids and their families in the fight against pediatric cancer.
Providing kids with an outlet and the opportunity to develop a creative voice during their treatment is crucial. That’s why The Pablove Foundation is dedicated to our unique approach of addressing childhood cancer through art + science to realize our mission to:
– Improve the lives of children living with cancer through the arts
– Invest in underfunded, cutting-edge pediatric cancer research
It’s what we call fighting childhood cancer with love.
The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation’s mission is to care for families along their journey, cure all childhood brain tumors, and help survivors and families thrive.
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.
Our mission is to raise awareness of Childhood Cancer and to unite the childhood cancer world to speak as “One Voice United Against Childhood Cancer”.
Precious Jules Childhood Cancer Foundation’s mission is to create, operate and support fundraising initiatives & events to raise & provide funds for the discovery, advancement and treatment of pediatric oncology research; promote public awareness and advocacy through such events; and to provide support for children & adolescents with cancer & their families.
PREP4Gold strives to establish the next generation of prevention-sensitive care – supporting Prevention, Research, Education and Programs – for children with cancer and their families in four key areas: environment, treatment, cure, survivorship.
To be a voice, in making childhood cancer a national international priority by shaping policy, supporting a broad spectrum of pediatric cancer organizations, raising awareness, advocating for research, and aid in the improvement of quality of life for the children and families affected.
Our mission consists to ensure that all children who suffer at the hands of cancer have the opportunity for a better prognosis and quality of life.
A hospital experience can be terrifying and traumatic for both a child and their family. While others strive to find a cure, Ryan’s Case for Smiles helps with the stress and emotional impact of illness in the here and now. Our whimsical pillowcases give children an emotional boost, while our resources and tools help families better cope with the experience while building resilience for the future.
CopingSpace.org provides research-informed information for caregivers, schools, and the community surrounding a child with an illness or injury. And our siblings focused website, JustSibs.org, offers an interactive, digital experience to help teens and preteens navigate and cope with the many emotions that come with having a brother or sister with an illness or injury. We also provide trainings to educators, child life specialists and other medical professionals to alert them to the risks of Post Medical Traumatic Stress and equip them with the tools to help.
Sam Day Foundation strives to fund research for rare pediatric cancer and life-giving experiences so kids with cancer can survive and live well.
Sammy’s Superheroes Foundation’s is a 501(c)3 non-profit that raises money for life-saving childhood cancer research for all types of childhood cancer that will lead to modern treatments of this horrible disease. We seek out doctors and researchers who are doing ground-breaking, innovative work and help fund their projects to ensure that advances are being made towards a cure for childhood cancer.
Sebastianstrong’s mission is to raise awareness of childhood cancers and fund research for less toxic, more targeted childhood cancer treatments and cures.
The work of Smashing Walnuts is to change these statistics by funding much needed research and clinical trials to find “cures.” By focusing our efforts specifically on childhood brain cancer research, the second-most-common cancer and the most deadly, we act as a catalyst, changing the situation. Sources of funding for childhood brain cancer research are scarce, but through our financial support, lobbying and directed resources, we have already moved the needle.
Solving Kids’ Cancer finds, funds, and advocates for breakthrough treatment options to cure children with the most fatal pediatric cancers (neuroblastoma, sarcomas, and CNS tumors).
Helping those affected by neuroblastoma, an often aggressive and deadly childhood cancer, by:
Providing hope, information and support to families throughout their journeys
Facilitating access to treatment in partnership with clinicians and researchers
Advancing science through investment in clinical research
Advocating for more effective and less toxic treatments
Provide financial support to children undergoing cancer treatments and to their families. Sophia’s Fund also works to help increase childhood cancer awareness, funding, and research.
Fight childhood cancer by providing funding for supportive medicine initiatives for pediatric cancer patients and to bring joy to families of children with the disease.
Stop Children’s Cancer is committed to the prevention, control and cure of childhood cancers.
The Swifty Foundation was founded to celebrate the life of Michael Gustafson, who died at age 15 from medullablastoma. Michael wanted to be a scientist and donated his tissue to researchers to help find a cure. He called this his Master Plan. Michael’s Master Plan became Swifty’s Master Plan which became Gift from a Child (GFAC), a national post- tissue donation program. GFAC has 6 Centers of Excellence across the country and a portion of all tissue is sent to the Children’s Brain Tumor Network to be shared across the research community.100% of all donations go straight to research, and no expenses are paid with Swifty Foundation funds. Michael’s parents pay all foundation expenses.
The Taylor Matthews Foundation is dedicated to raising awareness and funding pediatric cancer research.
To raise money to fund impactful childhood brain cancer research and work to raise national awareness for the disease.
The TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation mission is to serve families, build awareness, and raise funds for research to help cure childhood cancer.
The Bardo Foundation is a non-profit organization devoted to various initiatives to help those affected by Osteosarcoma. Our primary focus is to fund new research avenues which can lead to the discovery of a cure.
Our mission is to fund neuroblastoma research.
At the Goliath Project, our goal is to come alongside student athletes who are in remission from pediatric cancer and equip them with the tools and resources necessary to begin their return to athletics. We do this by providing funding and partnering with athletic trainers and specialists in the community who have experience and knowledge in treating and assisting children recovering from cancer.
The Lilabean Foundation for Pediatric Brain Cancer Research (LBF) seeks to (1) fund critical childhood brain cancer research and (2) to help raise awareness of the severity of this fatal disease.
The Morgan Adams Foundation funds kids’ cancer research. We raise awareness of, and educate our communities about, the need for pediatric and young adult specific cancer treatments.
Working with leading researchers and physicians, we fund new and innovative ideas that will improve cancer treatment effectiveness, overall outcomes, survival rates, and quality of life while minimizing the devastating side effects current treatments have on our children.
The mission of The Oliver Foundation is to drive research into the environmental toxicants that have caused pediatric cancer to soar 50% in the USA since 1975 – in order that we as a society take the necessary steps to reduce our exposure to the pollutants triggering cancer in ever greater numbers of our children. Our key project is a pioneering online global epidemiological study, TheReasonsWhy.Us (www.thereasonswhy.us) in partnership with Baylor College of Medicine
To end pediatric brain cancer, funding innovative research that will lead to successful, non-toxic treatments for children battling brain tumors.
Our mission is to fund cutting edge research for pediatric cancers while also advocating for less toxic treatments and more clinical trials.
The Smasherson Foundation is dedicated to funding novel and cutting-edge research through Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta pediatric neuro-oncology team. Additionally, we are here to provide support for children and families fighting all types of pediatric cancer, including financial assistance, emotional support and resources necessary to navigate a journey no family wants to be a part of.
The Steven G Cancer Foundation is committed to supporting Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Research, teaching survivorship to patients and their families, and awareness building on the issues related to this dreaded disease.
Our mission is to support families facing childhood cancer, helping to lighten their burden through the giving of financial grants and community involvement. Caring for a seriously ill child creates tremendous stress for the family system, and through our partnerships with local hospitals and community members, we aim to be a source of strength and encouragement. These gifts help with expenses not covered by insurance, including rent or mortgage payments, utilities, and travel costs.
Tough2gether Against DIPG/DMG (an operating subsidiary of Arms Wide Open Childhood Cancer Foundaiton) collaborates with the DIPG/DMG, brain cancer and pediatric cancer communities to bridge gaps in research funding, access to trials, patient support, relevant information to families and advocacy. Tough2gether sees itself as a crucial peace of the puzzle to bring research to the bedside and children with DIPG/DMG to better treatments. We also support childhood cancer famillies in the NE Kansas area. Tough2Gether Against DIPG/DMG began operating in 2021.
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.
The Ty Louis Campbell Foundation is a nonprofit organization (EIN: 45-1858390) that funds innovative research and clinical trials specifically geared toward the treatment of the most aggressive childhood cancers. Our mission is to help fund the intelligence and technology that will improve long-term survival rates and minimize side-effects for children diagnosed with the deadliest cancers, while helping to care for families when their child is in treatment by providing financial assistance and uplifting experiences.
The mission of The Tyler Robinson Foundation is to strengthen families financially and emotionally as they cope with the tragedy of a pediatric cancer diagnosis by offsetting out-of-pocket life expenses.
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, adolescence and childhood cancer.
Wit You Against Childhood Cancer provides opportunities for the Philadelphia community to show support and love to families among us who are battling childhood cancer — and to give those families hope, financial and nutritional support to help them beat cancer.
WITH Grace was created to make an impact by supporting pediatric cancer research initiatives and families when they need it most. Wanting no one to feel alone, we connect and support pediatric cancer warriors. We collect supplies and gifts to give to less fortunate cancer families so they can focus on the fight. We gather funds to support pediatric cancer research initiatives and provide cancer family support as well as actively participate in driving awareness for the need for pediatric cancer.
Support research ; provide financial support to families in need; support kids during their treatments; advocate and raise awareness about childhood cancer and the problems related to treatment
The mission of the Zoefia Alexandria Foundation is to honor Zoefia’s life and her courageous battle against Brain Cancer. Through contributions we help to enrich the life and development of Cancer Children and their families by supporting Education and Housing.