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Hope for Daisy Research Fund for Pediatric Brain Tumors

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Daisy is a strong girl who radiates joy despite all she has had to endure through her treatment for medulloblastoma, an aggressive brain tumor. Through the Hope for Daisy Fund we will honor her spirit and help fund research for the top doctors to increase survival rates and HOPE for children battling brain cancer.
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Daisy is a little spitfire.

Her contagious joy, laughter and strength radiates within her, helping her to persevere in whatever struggles she has had to endure. She was only six years old when she was diagnosed with Medulloblastoma. A type of aggressive brain cancer. Her doctors told her parents that if her cancer came back, there was nothing they could do as her cancer didn't respond to therapy a second time.

When it came back, just days before Daisy's eighth birthday, we all knew we were in the ultimate fight for her life.

With this fund, we hope to work with some of the top doctors to increase survival rates and HOPE for children who have relapsed disease.

Hope for Daisy Research Fund for Pediatric Brain Tumors Highlights & Happenings

Team Hope For Daisy

The Hope For Daisy team will be at Stoney's Bar and Grill in Denver on March 8, 2019 to raise money for childhood cancer research. Donate or join the the team here!

Your Support Means So Much

These friends and family members helped us raise funds for childhood cancer research in support of Daisy! See the 2015-2021 list.

Types of Childhood Cancer: Medulloblastoma

Medulloblastoma is the most common malignant brain tumor in children. It originates in the back part of the brain called the cerebellum. Learn more about it here.

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Where does the money go?

Donations made to the Hope for Daisy Fund have funded a Research Grant for Jean-Francois Raul Ph.D.  Dr. Raul is researching medulloblastoma at University of Michigan which is affiliated with Mott Children's Hospital in Ann Arbor, MI. 

The St. Baldrick's 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 Hope for Daisy Research Fund for Pediatric Brain Tumors. 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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