You Can Make an Impact
Children’s Cancer Research Fund invests in lifesaving, leading-edge research in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and cure of childhood cancers and blood-related disorders.
Fueled by compassion since opening our doors in 1981, our team has revolutionized the way childhood cancer is treated worldwide. Our investments in key research initiatives and patient care have led to innovative treatments, faster cures, new discoveries, and compassionate quality-of-life programs that give hope to pediatric patients and their families.
One person. One donation. One hour of volunteer time. Your time and efforts can make a huge difference in the lives of childhood cancer patients and their families.
Oct 30 | In an effort to accelerate access to new medications for cancer patients, a new symposium will bring together internationally recognized experts from academia, government, industry and health insurance to discuss the challenges of today’s system. The event is a partnership created by the Richard Schulze Foundation, established by the founder of Best Buy as a way to give back…Read More
Sep 19 | CarePartners hosted the 19th annual Picnic of Hope on September 13th, 2014, drawing doctors, volunteers, cancer survivors, patients and family members from across the state of Minnesota and beyond. Kids chose from favorite books supplied by hospital volunteer Kay Christianson and met our newest staff member: C.C. Bear. Hosted at Minnehaha Falls Park, picnic-goers enjoyed a crisp autumn afternoon filled…Read More
Sep 16 | We’re honored to introduce this beautiful new portrait of Zach Sobiech by Nashville artist Wayne Brezinka. The Sobiech family commissioned the artwork, which Wayne created using Zach’s clothing, song lyrics, fan letters and other personal items. “To me, Wayne’s portraits are more than just interesting interpretations of a person’s face—they are portraits of a person’s story,” said Laura…Read More
Aug 18 | The eleventh annual 140 Invitational Golf Tournament, presented by our mission partner Lubrication Technologies, Inc., was another smashing success, raising nearly $190,000 for Children’s Cancer Research Fund. Held at beautiful Edinburgh USA in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota on August 16, one hundred forty-four golfers enjoyed a fabulous day on the course. To add to the fun, golfers had the chance…Read More
Aug 4 | Fashion rocked in the fight against childhood cancer as Macy’s Passport Presents Glamorama once again hit the Twin Cities on August 1. Thanks to our partners at Macy’s, the energetic fashion and music show raised more than $285,000 for Children’s Cancer Research Fund. Fashion lovers enjoyed over one hundred fall runway looks from Calvin Klein, Diesel, Hello Kitty, INC International…Read More
Jul 21 | Children’s Cancer Research Fund is proud to award a grant of $10,000 to Momcology, a medical and social support community for mothers and primary caregivers of children diagnosed with cancer. The funding helps Momcology enhance the online experience for their community, develop healing and restorative retreats for moms and expand education and awareness of childhood cancer. Momcology currently serves thousands…Read More
Jun 23 | Thank you to the more than 2,300 participants, volunteers, vendors, sponsors and spectators who joined us at Time to Fly on June 21 at Phalen Park in St. Paul. Participants enjoyed a beautiful morning spent celebrating children and families who have been touched by cancer. A total of eighty-five teams, representing dedicated families, friends, businesses and community organizations, were fundraising…Read More
May 29 | Macy’s Glamorama is an hour-long high-end fashion show and musical production benefiting Children’s Cancer Research Fund and showcasing the latest fashions from the hottest designers, lush visuals, and incredible musical performances by chart-topping artists. Returning again to the State Theatre, this year’s theme is “Fashion Rocks”. Headlining this year’s show will be the…Read More
May 21 | The McNamara Alumni Center on the University of Minnesota’s campus was bustling with more than 300 participants this past Saturday, at the 9th Annual Cancer Survivorship Conference. This year’s theme, Exercise After Cancer was represented by a wide range of speakers from all over the country and world, whose presentations involved specific aspects of the benefits of physical exercise during…Read More
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