Foundation and Family Partnerships
Patients and their families play an important role as partners in the research process to discover better treatments for children diagnosed with a brain tumor. Patients and their families can support and advance the CBTN's research in a number of different ways including financial support, advocacy & outreach, research enrollment, education, and many other areas.
Each member of the CBTN is extremely grateful for the donated funds which make this global research effort possible. One-hundred percent of the funds donated to the CBTN are used for research purposes. The CBTN Donor Recognition Program recognizes the significant commitment of foundations, families and individuals to improving children's health around the globe.
If you're interested in providing support to the Children's Brain Tumor Network, please reach out to our team for more information.
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Dragon Master Foundation
Why was Dragon Master Foundation created?[Amanda Haddock, President]My son, David, was 16 when he was diagnosed with GBM. He was the first person in my family to have cancer. We were blind-sided, but determined to find a way to help him survive. David was a joy, a true ligh
Robert Connor Dawes Foundation
Why did you start your foundation?Inspired by a big heart and brain, the Robert Connor Dawes (RCD) Foundation was created in June 2013 in the memory of American-born Robert ‘Connor’ Dawes, who at just 18 years of age, lost his 16-month battle with brain cancer. The RCD Foundation works t
Sandringham, Victoria, Australia
Winning With Wyatt
Why did you start your foundation?Winning With Wyatt supports pediatric brain tumor research and advocacy through leading institutions, including the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago and the Children’s Brain Tumor Network, to find new treatments and a cure for the
La Grange, Il
Wylie's Day Foundation
Location: Ambler, PAMission: Provide “direct” funding for medical research towards a cure of pediatric brain tumors so that one DAY no child need suffer from such a difficult journey. We fund research directly related to a DAY where treatment for childhood brain tumors
CBTN Foundation A
Why did you start your foundation?______, a happy and vivacious baby girl was 6 months old when she was diagnosed with ATRT (Atypical Teratoid Rhabdoid Tumor), a very rare form of pediatric brain and spine cancer. We started the __________ in her honor to raise money for childhood brain