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Working Together For a Cure

Finding a cure for childhood brain cancer is no easy task. It will not be cured by one doctor, one institution, or one foundation's efforts. We believe a collaborative approach is the only way a cure will be found. Through our Family Partner program, we welcome other families interested in actively fundraising to support this mission in honor of their own child.

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Grant Steensland

Team Grant Grant Steensland was a special little boy, so says his mom, Pamela, and…
January 12, 2021

Hunter Barr

Hunt for a DIPG Cure Hunter Barr was a joyful, energetic, strong-willed, bright, adventurous, musical,…
February 24, 2021
Jack Overton

Jack Overton

Team Jack Jack was a gentle, loving, kind soul.  He was a dinosaur expert and had…
May 6, 2021

Julian Boivin

Team Julian  Julian Boivin was born on June 17, 2006. Diagnosed with DIPG on November…
December 21, 2020

Kambria Grenfell

Kambria was diagnosed with DIPG after a month of experiencing dizziness. We were told we…
March 15, 2022

Lilian Blackman

Lilian Blackman March 8, 2017 - November 4, 2022 Lilian Blackman was a sweet, smart…
July 13, 2022