On Thursday, December 8, National Brownie Day, Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant celebrated another year of its long-time partnership with CureSearch for Children’s Cancer by presenting its annual donation. Since 2004, Iron Hill has donated a portion of the proceeds from its Triple Chocolate Hill dessert to exclusively benefit CureSearch’s mission to end children’s cancer.
On Thursday, December 1, Laura Thrall, CEO, CureSearch for Children’s Cancer, appeared on Childhood Cancer Talk Radio. Childhood Cancer Talk Radio provides a powerful voice of hope in the advocacy/activist movement for children with cancer by discussing real experiences, advocacy news, developments in research and more.
CureSearch for Children’s Cancer awarded a total of $1.26M to a leading pediatric cancer researcher for the Acceleration Initiative 3 Grand Challenge Award. Selected from 33 competitive applicants from the US and Canada, the winning research proposal will address critical challenges in pediatric cancer treatments and accelerate the discovery of clinical biomarkers to be used to inform diagnosis and treatment.
For Immediate Release Contact: Mallory Zarate Manager, Strategic Partnerships (240) 235-2284 | firstname.lastname@example.org curesearch.org Bethesda, Md – Love Your Melon, a Minnesota-based company dedicated to giving a hat to every child battling cancer, has produced 2,500 co-branded gold CureSearch beanies to be sold on eBay for Charity as a part of CureSearch’s #MakeItGoldForKids campaign. #MakeItGoldForKids …
For Immediate Release Contact: Sarita Sastry, PhD National Director, Research and Programs (240) 235-2215 | email@example.com curesearch.org Washington, DC – CureSearch thanks Senators Michael Bennet (D-CO) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) along with Representatives Michael McCaul (R-TX-10), G.K. Butterfield (D-NC-01), Chris Van Hollen (D-MD-08), and Sean Duffy (R-Wy-07) as they introduce the RACE for Children Act …
Illinois-based Berkot’s Super Foods is more than just your neighborhood-friendly grocery store – it’s a family-operated and owned business that cares about children and the community. This summer, it was the perfect location for a father and daughter duo to raise thousands of dollars to help drive research that accelerates the search for children’s cancer cures.
Nashville based country duo Hadley Park has selected CureSearch for Children’s Cancer as the beneficiary of a portion of the sale from select event, merchandising and raffle purchases, to help raise awareness for children’s cancer, and increase donations that will drive research that finds cures and treatments.