In part three of our Valentine's Day blog series, we are honoring Abigail. Abigail was special to all who knew her, not to mention extremely smart and talented.
In part two of our Valentine's Day blog series, we are honoring Megan. Megan was a vibrant young woman that could light up the entire room with her smile. She was so full of compassion and always doing everything she could to help others.
This Valentine’s Day, we are remembering our loved ones – whose lives deserve to be shared and celebrated today, and every day, the cancer warriors who inspire us to keep pushing forward, fighting for a cure. Their legacies continue to live on by the efforts of their friends and family.
What makes each one of our 2017 PCRF Scholarship Awardees unique are their individual stories of bravery. They have hope and dreams for the future made possible by the great research funded by you. We’d like you to meet Diann, a cancer survivor who is compassionate in every sense of the word.
When individuals advocate to support lifesaving research, every donation or effort, both big and small, collectively can make a world of difference in saving lives. Meet Steve Groh, a father who knows far too well the devastation of pediatric cancer. His daughter, Ava, was diagnosed with Wilms Tumor at just two years old. Once she entered remission, he was determined to pay it forward.
Cubs Pitcher Jon Lester teams up with Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation to continue the fight against pediatric cancer this summer.