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A child’s brain tumor diagnosis is overwhelming.

Resources for Families

No parent believes their child will be diagnosed with brain cancer.

When it happens, no patient, parent, sibling, or survivor should have to stand alone. The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation is there for families facing the most commonly diagnosed childhood cancer, responding with resources and community support that address every family member’s needs.

Our Impact

The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation is leading the way toward a future without childhood brain cancer. Every dollar we invest in research attracts an additional 12 dollars in follow-on funding.



American Motorcyclist Association Award Recognizes Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation’s Community Impact

The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) has named the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation the 2022 Recreational Road Riding Organizer of the Year. AMA’s annual Racing and Organizer Awards recognize standout individuals and organizations from AMA-sanctioned competition and recreational endeavors for their profound impact in the motorcycling community. The longest-running national motorcycle charity program, the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation’s Ride for Kids provides road and offroad riders, racers, groups, and members of the moto industry the opportunity to help families facing the deadliest childhood disease: pediatric brain cancer.

Reignited Cancer Moonshot Announces NCI-Led Initiative to Bring Clinical and Patient Navigation Support to Families Facing Childhood Cancer 

To truly end cancer as we know it, policymakers need to understand the challenges facing the childhood cancer community and commit to addressing them. In support of helping children and their families, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) is launching a first-of-its-kind, public-private partnership for pediatric-focused clinical and patient navigation support. The White House announced the Childhood Cancer – Data Integration for Research, Education, Care, and Clinical Trials (CC-DIRECT) initiative on the one-year anniversary of the reignited Cancer Moonshot. 

Ride to End the Deadliest Childhood Disease: Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation Kicks Off 2023 Ride for Kids Season at AIMExpo

Motorcycle dealers, manufacturers, and riders will get a first look at the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation’s plans for this year’s Ride for Kids at the 2023 AIMExpo Powersports Tradeshow taking place Feb. 15-17 in Las Vegas.  The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation is partnering with powersports industry brands and community events to create new opportunities throughout the year for the motorcycling community to help families. Riders can also choose to participate in one of the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation’s organized rides, ride and fundraise as a group, or hit the road, track or trail as an individual. On September 17, 2023, supporters will come together to celebrate this year’s impact at National Ride for Kids Day celebrations across the country.

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