Cure Childhood Cancer

Donors

Why give money to CURE Childhood Cancer?

Screen Shot 2014-07-01 at 11.03.35 AMFor those who share our vision of finding cures for childhood cancer, CURE is worthy of your investment for many reasons:

  • We are focused 100% on children’s cancer efforts
  • Our work and support is based in the state of Georgia
  • More than half of our funding goes directly to children’s cancer research – to support basic and clinical research efforts
  • CURE is funding critical research at the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Services of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and Emory University School of Medicine
  • We support local research that positively affects research on a global scale
  • We fund the work of some of the most talented scientists in the field of pediatric oncology
  • We offer innovative programs that address the critical and urgent needs of pediatric cancer patients and their families
  • We’re involved in the training of future doctors and researchers who will continue the research efforts
  • CURE is committed to educating the public about childhood cancer
  • We provide continuing education and training opportunities to nurses and other caregivers who care for children with cancer

There are various ways that you can donate to CURE Childhood Cancer. We accept individual and corporate donations of all amounts. We encourage you to review the links below for more information..

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    THE CURE STORE

    Be a walking advocate for children with cancer. Purchase CURE shirts, vests, hats and more from the CURE Store, where 100% of proceeds benefit CURE. Plus, you never know who you’ll strike up a conversation with while sporting your CURE gear. Click here to shop.

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    LAUREN’S RUN RACE RESULTS

    Thank you for attending the 22nd Annual Lauren’s Run 10k/5k/2k/Tot Trot and CURE Annual Picnic on April 24th at Concourse Office Park in Atlanta, GA. With your help, we had more than 2000 runners and raised more than $145,000 for pediatric cancer research. Please click here to check the race results.