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.
Motherhood is by far the toughest job out there. Moms are true superheroes – especially moms of kids fighting cancer. That’s why we’ve put together the perfect gift guide to make sure every Mom’s day is as fabulous as she is. The best part – all of these Mother’s Day gifts give back to PCRF and … Read more »
Cases of Love and the Power of One Meet Keira Raack, a 9 year-old fourth grader with a big heart and a giving spirit. Keira started a project called “Cases of Love” with one goal in mind – to spread joy and smiles to sick children in the hospital. Her inspiration for this project came … Read more »
If you don’t believe that one person can make a difference…think again! Take it from the members of Team Abigail who joined forces to help raise over $6,000 for pediatric cancer research. How did they do it? By Sweating for a Cure! In July of 2014, seven year old Abigail Caplan-Jones was diagnosed with metastatic Ewings Undifferentiated … Read more »
The Marisa Fund Article as it appeared in the lohud.com | The Journal News, Part of USA Today Nancy Haggerty , email@example.com Published 6:02 a.m. ET Jan. 18, 2017 | Updated 4 hours ago They would run together and read together. Fantasy stories were her favorites. When she got older, Marisa Goldwasser told her dad, … Read more »
Sometimes fighting childhood cancer takes an army. The Santa Paula Police Department joined FORCES by going gold this month to raise awareness for pediatric cancer research. The Police Department from Santa Paula, California went Gold this September. The department wore patches embroidered with gold ribbons to show their support of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. The idea came from Sergeant Scott Varner and was enthusiastically … Read more »