The Challenge

Among children and adolescents, cancer remains a leading cause of death in the United States. Among those that survive, many are left with lifelong complications. So while much progress has been made, there is much more work to be done to find safer and more effective treatment options, and a cure for childhood cancer.

How we Help

The key to finding those novel breakthroughs is in research. Since 2011, The Pablove Foundation has awarded more than $2,200,000 in childhood cancer research grants to over 20 institutions worldwide. With this money, researchers are zeroing in on new treatments and life-saving cures for the most vexing of childhood cancers.