Building a World With No More Cancer
Help us fuel pediatric cancer research to build a world with no more cancer. Research gives kids fighting more treatment options and more time. Two things Isabella and so many others didn’t have.
We have partnered with Levine Children’s in Charlotte, N.C. to help build a world-class pediatric cancer program, The Isabella Santos Foundation Rare & Solid Tumor Program. This program treats rare cancers, develops clinical trials, and will soon conduct research to help understand rare tumors. Since opening in July, the program is booming. Patients are coming to Charlotte from all over the world.
Alongside the doctors who are performing new research, comes a new research lab. The state-of-the-art pediatric cancer research lab which will support the program is days away from completion at Levine Children’s. A lab where answers are waiting to be discovered. Charlotte will soon become the pinnacle of pediatric cancer research. Work coming out of this lab will help create more treatments, resulting in more options for kids fighting rare cancers.
The reality is, labs need supplies. So for Giving Tuesday and the last 30 days of 2020, we are asking you to help contribute to the cost of lab supplies and help fund tools to fuel research. Research that could help build a world with no more cancer. It is our goal to raise $39,000 by year-end… that’s one year of lab supplies + the start of funding for several research projects.
Your gift helps fund tools to fuel research at Levine Children’s new pediatric cancer lab (click each level for details):
$5-$99 | The Essentials
A donation of $5-$99 could help fund essential lab supplies that lay the foundation for research.
$100-$249 | The Study
A donation of $100-$249 could help fund instrumental lab supplies required for analysis.
$250-$500 | The Development
A donation of $250-$500 could help fund the development of rare tumor research helping determine what’s happening inside a cancer tumor & how to attack it.
$1,000+ | The Research
A donation of $1,000 or more could help fund research to create more personalized therapy.
$2,000+ | The Answers
A donation of $2,000 or more could help fund putting the research to work to create answers for kids fighting.