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For Eva Jane and All the Others

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In the summer of 2014, when she should have been preparing to head off to kindergarten with her peers, Eva was diagnosed with a brain tumor. In addition to the obvious shock, we were stunned by the lack of research into treatment options for Eva’s tumor type. This fund was created to help further understanding of pediatric brain tumors, and to honor the bravery of our sweet and spirited girl.
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In June 2014, the week after graduating preschool, Eva was on vacation at her grandparents’ house.

As usual, we were all struggling to keep up with Eva – she was busy jumping off the diving board, going on roller coasters, racing on her bike, and chasing after her big brother. We were only mildly concerned when she started complaining of headaches – chalking it up to fatigue and too much sun. A week later, Eva was diagnosed with a brain tumor and underwent a 7-hour craniotomy.

We learned shortly thereafter that Eva’s official diagnosis was PNET, a rare and high-grade pediatric brain tumor with relatively poor outcomes and not a lot of data regarding treatment options.

Instead of heading off to kindergarten that fall, Eva spent the next year commuting from Portland to Seattle for radiation and then relocating with her mom (leaving her beloved Dad and brother behind) to California for 8 months of aggressive chemotherapy.

We couldn’t have imagined the horrors that are the pediatric cancer journey. We also couldn’t have imagined the beauty we’d encounter along the way – the bravery, the love, the generosity, the raw emotion, and the inspiration that can be found around nearly every corner. We’ve been most inspired by our daughter and her larger-than-life spirit. But also by all the other families we’ve met who have committed themselves to improving life for kids fighting this battle. We established this Hero Fund, because we wanted to join them in this commitment – to honor Eva Jane and all the other brave kiddos fighting alongside her.

For Eva Jane and All the Others Highlights & Happenings

Filling The Funding Gap

 Filling the Funding Gap

Learn about the funding gap that impacts childhood cancer research and how St. Baldrick’s is trying to fill it.

What You Should Know

Childhood cancer affects thousands of kids and families around the world every year. This infographic shows a few realities you should know.

Your Support Means So Much

These friends and family members helped us raise funds for childhood cancer research in honor of Eva! See the 2014-2018 list.

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Where does the money go?

Donations given to the For Eva Jane and All the Others Fund go directly to the St. Baldrick’s Foundation to fund lifesaving childhood cancer research around the world. The Foundation is guided by a Scientific Advisory Committee, comprised of leading experts in the childhood cancer community, to ensure that every dollar makes the greatest impact for kids with cancer.


Who's Involved?

These people make us smile — they’re the doers and money-raisers on behalf of the For Eva Jane and All the Others Fund. They’re shaving their heads, hosting events, starting fundraisers and more to make childhood cancer research possible.

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Get involved your own way:

Start your own St. Baldrick’s head-shaving event to raise money on behalf of our Hero Fund! You’ll be paired with a staff member who will walk you through every step of the process, and you’ll have fun knowing you’re doing a great thing for kids with cancer.

Register to shave your head and raise money for our Hero Fund at any St. Baldrick’s event happening around the world! Not finding an event near you? Register as a virtual shavee and shave your head anytime, anywhere.

Head-shaving not your thing? You can start a fundraiser to raise money for our Hero Fund with St. Baldrick’s in a way that interests you! Like biking? Bike a marathon. Like baking? Start a cookie baking fundraiser… You get the picture.

Need help? Email us at Funds@StBaldricks.org

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