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Help him live past the ripe old age of 8.


Did you know…
  • Survival rates refer to the % of people living 5 years after diagnosis
  • Cancer treatments for kids can last 3 years or more
  • Many kids who fight cancer die after that 5-year mark…
    • of the cancer itself, or from the effects of treatment
    • decades before their time – some still in childhood
Good News…
  • The overall 5-year survival rate for childhood cancers has risen from 80% to 84%. Research is making a difference for many kids!
And the bad…
  • Progress has been mostly in a few types of childhood cancer.
  • For other types – like some brain tumors – there is still no cure.

DONATE and fund research to give kids more than 5 years.


Give A Lifetime this GIVING TUESDAY

To #GiveKidsALifetime,
We Leave No Stone Unturned…

Your donations help fund the most promising childhood cancer research - no matter where it takes place. Because we review research proposals from across the nation, we choose and fund the most promising research to save lives.

So, when you give to St. Baldrick’s you don’t just give to one institution - you give to hundreds. Your support has made St. Baldrick’s the largest non-government funder of childhood cancer research grants in the country.

In this year of great uncertainty, one thing remains certain: Kids are still being diagnosed with cancer, and they still need our help to fund cures. Please give generously.

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Donate now and support research that will help save kids with cancer or support an individual, team, or event .

The Urgent Need:

  • In the past 20 years, the overall 5-year survival rate for childhood cancers has risen from 79% to 84%
  • So, research is making a difference for many kids!
  • But that’s not the same thing as a cure.
  • This rate simply counts those alive 5 years after diagnosis
  • But many kids are still in treatment or die after that 5-year mark…
  • - Decades before their time - some still in childhood
  • And for some childhood cancers, there is still no cure.

5 years is not enough! Donate to fund research to #GiveKidsALifetime

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Because kids can't wait for cures

Worldwide, more than 25,000 children will be diagnosed with cancer this month. They're counting on us to fund cures so they can grow up and live long, healthy lives. Phineas is just one of the many lives saved by childhood cancer research. He's living proof of the impact your donation makes.

Why St. Baldrick's?

With oh so many charities to choose from, why should you support childhood cancer research with the St. Baldrick's Foundation?

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