The St. Baldrick’s Foundation actively seeks partners in collaboration to fund more pediatric cancer research. To hear why charities partner with St. Baldrick’s, watch this video.
To learn about charity partners and how to become a partner in funding pediatric cancer research, check out our latest brochure.
A forum of national patient advocacy groups and medical and scientific organizations.
Since its very beginning, St. Baldrick’s has funded the Children’s Oncology Group (COG). This is the world’s largest pediatric cancer research network, more than 200 institutions with the expertise to treat childhood cancers, across the U.S. and beyond. The COG's cooperative research is crucial to progress in finding cures and improving life for survivors.
COG institutions treat 90% of children with cancer in the United States through clinical research trials, their best hope for a cure. By funding the COG, the St. Baldrick's Foundation helps children everywhere.
A national collaboration of leading nonprofit organizations working together to raise awareness and advance research to find a cure for childhood cancer.
The St. Baldrick’s Foundation and the Kids First Data Resource Center have in common a very important goal: to see that no research data goes to waste – that all data that can be used for childhood cancer research is shared with – and accessible to – researchers everywhere.
Griffin's Guardians was created by Erin and Adam Engle in memory of their son, Griffin, who fought a courageous battle with Glioblastoma Multiform, an aggressive form of brain cancer, at the age of seven.
Griffin's Guardians' mission is to continue the fight for Griffin by providing support and financial assistance to children battling cancer in Central New York, to bring awareness to Pediatric Cancer and to provide funding for Pediatric Cancer Research. We strive to help the brave little heroes of today and provide HOPE for tomorrow!
Hope4ATRT launched in 2019 with the goal of providing resources and research to families in the fight against Atypical Teratoid/Rhabdoid Tumor (AT/RT). Dr. Kosj and Jaymi Yamoah experienced the devastating loss of their 4-year-old son Zion after he battled this aggressive brain tumor in 2016. The mission of Hope4ATRT is to raise funds for innovative research specifically targeted for AT/RT while also helping families to navigate available treatment options and current research in the field.
To support children with cancer and their families by providing emotional, educational and financial support while increasing awareness and funding a cure.
The Kids Shouldn’t Have Cancer Foundation was founded in memory of 8-year-old Jonny Wade shortly after his passing. Despite the circumstances, Jonny believed he could make a difference for other children affected by cancer and made a selfless wish to his parents: “I don’t want any other kid to have cancer.” Pediatric cancer is the leading cause of disease-related death for children under the age of 15 in the United States. The 501(c)(3) nonprofit’s mission is to conquer pediatric cancer through research and political action, with an emphasis on responsible spending.
For over 20 years, the Making Headway Foundation’s mission has been to provide care and comfort for children with brain and spinal cord tumors while funding medical research geared to better treatments and a cure. Today, Making Headway carries on with our unique work, offering a continuum of services that includes individual counseling, educational advocacy, in-hospital quality-of-life programs, scholarships, fun family events, medical research grants, facilitating clinical trials, neuro-oncology fellowships, and so much. Visit www.MakingHeadway.org for more information.
Marlee’s Smile was founded in honor of a beautiful forever twelve-year-old, Marlee Pack. Marlee was diagnosed at age eight with Alveolar Rhabdomyosarcoma; she would relapse three times in four years. After the final relapse, Marlee was empowered to make a decision no child should have to: continue the painful, toxic treatments that would not cure her, or enter hospice care. She found her eventual healing in Heaven on February 23, 2019. We have one mission at Marlee’s Smile: Change the lives of kid’s with cancer, one smile at a time. We serve that mission in two ways. The first is to provide a custom Build-A-Bear to every child fighting cancer, as well as their siblings; this is to honor Marlee’s giving heart as she knew the comfort a furry friend could bring. The second is to fund targeted research of pediatric cancers, specifically sarcomas; this is to honor Marlee’s dying wish that no child should have to suffer the pain and hopelessness of cancer treatments currently available to children.
The McKenna Claire Foundation was conceived after Kristine and Dave Wetzel lost their youngest daughter, McKenna, to Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG) two weeks shy of her 8th birthday.
Their mission is to cure pediatric brain cancer by raising awareness, increasing community involvement and funding research. They envision a world shining with possibility and free of pediatric brain cancer; where families can remain whole and little dreams can become big realities.
The Northern Nevada Children’s Cancer Foundation’s vision is to reach every family affected by childhood cancer in the Northern Nevada and Eastern Sierra regions.
Their mission is to enhance the quality of life for children with cancer and their families by providing financial assistance and compassionate support programs while advocating for increased research funds and raising public awareness.
Today, we can adapt the immune system to help fight cancer. Unfortunately, cancerous tumors have shown a remarkable ability to adapt in their own way, limiting the effectiveness of treatments for conditions like osteosarcoma. Researchers from Case Western University and Baylor University are seeking to change that.
These researchers, including Dr. Huang along with Drs. Jason Yustein and Nabil Ahmed, have focused their attention on the key molecules responsible for helping osteosarcoma evade immunity
Established by 17-year-old Todd Schultz of Glen Carbon, IL who is in treatment for high risk Philadelphia chromosome positive acute lymphoblastic leukemia, Painting the Town Gold helps communities take up the fight against childhood cancers throughout September by hosting a wide variety of fundraisers. Painting the Town Gold focuses their mission on providing research funding for all types of childhood cancer.
PAC2 members grow, organize and plan and take action as one voice united against childhood cancer.
The Songs of Love Foundation is a national nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that creates uplifting, personalized songs for children and teens struggling with a life-threatening illness or lifetime disability--free of charge. Each song is professionally produced with lyrics containing the child's name and references to all of his or her favorite activities, things, people, and pets. Songs are written and performed in the musical style that the child likes best (pop, r&b, rap, rock, alternative, etc.), by a variety of talented professionals. Songs can be requested online at songsoflove.org/request or via our free mobile app at songsoflove.org/apple or songsoflove.org/android.
Stand Up To Cancer and the St. Baldrick's Foundation are joining forces to conquer childhood cancers. Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) is a groundbreaking initiative created to accelerate innovative cancer research that will get new therapies to patients quickly and save lives now.
SU2C is bringing together the best and the brightest researchers and encouraging collaboration instead of competition among the entire cancer community. By galvanizing the entertainment industry, SU2C creates awareness and builds broad public support for this effort.
Team Campbell Foundation aims to improve the lives of those fighting childhood cancer by raising awareness, funding research and providing psycho-social enrichment opportunities. We are thrilled to be partnering with St. Baldricks to fund the critical research necessary to find a cure for childhood cancer.
TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation's mission is to raise funds for national childhood cancer research programs, to build awareness about the gap in funding for childhood cancer research, and to support inpatient programs. Founded in 2008 in honor and memory of Connor Cruse, TeamConnor has funded over $4M in pediatric cancer research grants across the United States.
A diagnosis of critical illness changes the life of a family in an instant. The simplest daily tasks become overwhelming for parents caring for their sick child. We work with hospitals and social workers to support basic and fundamental needs for the whole family, to give a family more time to care for their sick child and be with their other children. The core programs we offer address the unique, unmet needs of each family, helping them through the medical crisis and back to self-sufficiency.
The Ty Louis Campbell (TLC) Foundation was created in memory of Ty, who lost his 2-year battle with brain cancer just days after his fifth birthday. The TLC Foundation funds innovative research and clinical trials specifically geared toward the treatment of the deadliest childhood cancers (including brain and spinal cord tumors). TLC seeks less toxic, more effective treatments that are specifically designed for children fighting cancer. Their ultimate mission is to help fund the intelligence and technology that will uncover new ways to cure children with cancer.