Looking for Inspiration? Check Out the Following Stories Regarding Children Fighting Malignant Disease
The inspirational stories that drive the work of Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation give a face and passion to the challenge of defeating malignant disease in children. Do you have a story to share? Please contact our office.
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. Read more »
Boys of Summer with Cubs Pitcher Jon Lester Jon Lester teams up with PCRF to continue the fight against pediatric cancer this summer with a Boys of Summer promotion benefiting his NVRQT platform. Short for “never quit”, the campaign run by PCRF and Jon Lester has one commitment: to strikeout pediatric cancer. An hour of … Read more »
Partners in Hope: LBA Realty For over 25 years, LBA Realty has been a devoted supporter of the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation and our mission of saving and improving the lives of children with cancer. Their generosity has been unwavering. Each year they bring tremendous financial and volunteer support to PCRF, as well as other organizations … Read more »
Partners in Hope: Antis Roofing & Waterproofing Over the past 5 years Antis Roofing & Waterproofing has demonstrated its commitment to making a difference in the world of childhood cancer by supporting PCRF. Their ongoing support is truly invaluable and is helping provide PCRF instrumental awareness, as well as many other worthy organizations. Passion for philanthropy begins … Read more »
Article as it appeared in the NWI Times | Jim Peters Times Columnist | May 12, 2017 Justin Pellicori, a senior at Hanover Central who plays baseball, knows firsthand the meaning of NVRQT. For every dad who coaches their son in Little League, there’s a mom. She cheers from right up against the fence, makes sure the juice boxes are … Read more »