Donate to research for kids with cancer
Join the largest private funder of childhood cancer research. Invest in the best research & help cure kids’ cancers.
Childhood cancer research is powered by you. Shave your head, start an event, or raise money your way.
Be a part of the grassroots movement to make childhood cancer research funding a national priority.
Meet our Ambassadors, see how families of kids with cancer can get involved or start a fund in memory of someone you love.
It started with a friendly dare: would you shave your head and donate money to kids’ cancer research? What happened next would change the world.
Worldwide, a child is diagnosed with cancer every 2 minutes. It’s real, it’s ugly, and we’re here to do something about it.
The ultimate college head-shaving tournament is back! Does your school have what it takes to raise the most money for childhood cancer research? Sign up here.
Head-shaving events are organized and run by volunteers. Want to start an event for your own community this year? Here are 5 reasons why that's an awesome idea!
Fall is here, and so is another $2.1 million in childhood cancer research grants — all made possible by you! Check out the 2016 Fall Grants.
The St. Baldrick’s Foundation is a volunteer-powered charity committed to funding the most promising research to find cures for childhood cancers and give survivors long, healthy lives.
It affects kids whether they’re just learning to walk or just learning to drive, in big cities or in small towns, kids with brown eyes, blue eyes, or green. Every year, we choose five kids to represent the thousands of kids diagnosed with cancer.
Since 2005, we’ve invested over $200 million in childhood cancer research grants worldwide. It’s about collaboration. It’s about powerful ideas, big and small. It’s about never giving up until we have cures for all kids with cancer.See the Impact
That’s right, 100% of our donations come from extraordinary people like you. We take great care to invest your dollars wisely because we know kids’ lives are at stake.Distinguished Giving