Like many non-profits, our fundraising efforts have been impacted by COVID-19 as we’ve had to postpone or cancel large fundraising events and our community navigates an evolving financial and social landscape. Even in these challenging times, we remain committed to ensuring that the most promising research moves forward and new treatments continue to reach children in clinical trials across the country today. And we will do just that…with your support. 

You can help by showing your support in the way that’s best for you right now whether you’re giving your time, your skills, your voice, or a donation. Here are a few ways that you can help ensure critical research continues to be funded:

  • Launch a Facebook fundraiser. Help make sure critical funds continue to be raised without leaving your home! Getting started is easy:
  • Sign up for a fall event. Plan ahead to get outside later this year for an Ultimate Hike or form a team for a CureSearch Walk. Find an event near you:
  • Spread the word. Share posts, images and stories from our social media platforms. Find us on Facebook here.
  • Volunteer. Lend your time, expertise and passion now, or when the time is right. Let us know how you’d like to help here.
  • Become a monthly donor. Like many non-profits, our fundraising efforts have been impacted by COVID-19 but we’re working hard to make sure that our critical research funding continues. We appreciate and rely upon the continued support of our generous donors, but also know these uncertain times can impact your ability to give. Consider making smaller, monthly gifts instead – even a $10 monthly gift will add up over time! If you’re able to, please click here to give today.
  • Take advantage of new charitable giving tax laws. The CARES ACT …learn more here.

Despite the challenges we face, it’s important to remember that our kids can’t wait for new, better cancer treatments. That’s why we’ll continue to raise funds, support new research, and drive critical collaborations to accelerate the pace of pediatric drug development. Thank you for your support! 

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