NPCF’s Refreshed Brand
The Pediatric Cancer Foundation is celebrating two significant milestones. This year, we are celebrating our 25th year of service and changing our name to reflect our expanded scope. It is the perfect time to reflect on the past and celebrate the future.
With your support, we have funded multiple clinical trials, opened the first pediatric blood and tissue banking system in Florida and opened a research laboratory at Moffitt Cancer Center. Last fiscal year, we were able to donate 1.2 million dollars to our research. The Sunshine Project has grown tremendously to 20 institutions nationwide and they provide us promising and cutting edge research every day. We can’t thank you enough for supporting our past efforts and we look forward to a very bright future.
As the Chief Executive Officer, I was brought on board to expand and scale the organization to become a national entity. This growth begins with the unveiling of our new name, the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation.
With this new name and brand, I can assure you that our mission is steadfast. We will continue to fund research and work diligently to find less toxic, more targeted treatments, all to find a cure for pediatric cancer. You can be assured your donations will continue to directly impact the future of children battling cancer as validated through our Charity Navigator rating.
For 25 years and counting, the NPCF has been a shining light for children fighting cancer and we could not have done it without your continued dedication and generosity. We are looking forward to another 25 years of service with our loyal supporters by our side. Thank you for rising up with us in the fight against pediatric cancer.