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Help Us Meet This Critical Moment

Pediatric cancer research has always been underfunded, but you can be the catalyst to advancing treatments and cures. 

As cancer continues to be the leading cause of death by disease in children under 19, PCRF is redoubling its efforts to provide the funding pediatric cancer research needs to accelerate new treatment breakthroughs.

That is where we come in: you and us.

 

The Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation is a national leader in funding pediatric cancer research. We work with trailblazers and out-of-the box-thinkers in pediatric oncology who are single-minded about maximizing scientific discovery for the current generation of kids facing cancer.

We need your support now more than ever help to respond to this moment with urgency. We need your help to power cures and realize futures.

 

We are on an urgent mission to improve the lives of children living with cancer — and we cannot do it without you !

We are determined to transform pediatric cancer care by funding research that accelerates the discovery of innovative treatments.  Join us in powering the cures that will make it possible for all children facing childhood cancer to beat their disease and realize happy, healthy futures.

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Terminally ill children and their families need your help. There are nearly as many ways to help save children from childhood cancer as there are types of cancer that they need to be saved from.

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Dream Discover Cure Golf

Join us for our 15th Anniversary PCRF Dream Discover Cure Golf Tournament on July 11th, 2022 at Hackensack Golf Club […]

Dribble for Victory Over Cancer @ UNC

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Athletic Department and Carolina Basketball are excited to support the Dribble for Victory Over Cancer program to raise awareness and funds supporting lifesaving research at the UNC Children's Research Institute.