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With only 4% of all federal funding for cancer research allocated to childhood cancer projects, NPCF seeks your help to offset this lack of funding.

When you donate to NPCF, you’re funding critical research and scientific advances to find better treatment options through the best doctors and scientists at over thirty leading pediatric cancer institutions in the U.S.

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100% Rating for Financial Health and Transparency

The National Pediatric Cancer Foundation (NPCF) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to research and clinical trials to find less toxic, more effective treatments for childhood cancer. Our purpose is to reduce the side effects of current treatments, improve survival rates, and ultimately eliminate childhood cancer. NPCF is a nonprofit organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

Donors can be confident their dollars are spent effectively as the NPCF has received a perfect 4-star rating from Charity Navigator for financial health and transparency for the 11th consecutive year. The NPCF is the top-rated childhood cancer-related nonprofit for this distinction.

87.9 cents of every dollar donated supports our mission.

The National Pediatric Cancer Foundation (NPCF) formed the Sunshine Project, an innovative collaboration with one goal: to bring together the nation’s top doctors and researchers to find a faster cure for pediatric cancer. Through the establishment of the Sunshine Project, the NPCF has developed a business model that capitalizes on the strengths of researchers from all different fields of science and streamlines the process to accelerate the development of new treatments.

Best of all, the NPCF has proven that this collaborative model works. Since 2005, the NPCF has funded multiple clinical trials and translational studies valued at $33+ million. New compounds have been, and continue to be, tested and hold great promise for children who have not experienced positive results under the standard treatment protocol.