2017 CureSearch Community Impact Awards
The CureSearch Community Impact Awards address programs/resources that support families and pediatric cancer patients in coping with emotional, mental and other anxieties associated with cancer diagnosis, treatment and survivorship. Projects aim to improve behavioral and psychological outcomes for pediatric cancer patients. Our 2017 Request for Applications closed on October 1, 2017. Award announcements will be made in early 2018.
2016 CureSearch Community Impact Awards
In 2016, a total of $128,000 was distributed to thirteen CureSearch Community Impact Award recipients, with projects having an impact on psychosocial resources for patients and families and caregiver resources. Below are the awardees:
Miami Childrens Health System Foundation Inc
Stony Brook Foundation, Inc.
Stony Brook, NY
Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation
Santa Barbara, CA
Oregon Health & Science University
Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children-Presbyterian St. Luke's Medical
Lehigh Valley Hospital, Inc.
Methodist Children's Hospital DBA Covenant Children's Hospital
Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago
Newark Beth Israel Medical Center
Nemours Children's Specialty Care
New York University School of Medicine
New York, NY
Inova Health Care Services
Falls Church, VA
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
*Spanish language award recipients