Create a Lasting Legacy

Planned Giving

Your compassion has the power to extend far beyond your lifetime. When you choose to leave a gift in your will to the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, you become a beacon of hope for countless families facing the daunting challenges of childhood brain cancer. Your generosity will light the path to a brighter future and inspire others to give the gift of a lifetime.

Begin Your Legacy With Us

Begin Your Legacy With Us

The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation partners with the online estate planning tool FreeWill to help you protect the future of the people and causes you love - at no cost to you.

FreeWill can guide you through the process of creating a legally valid will or trust in 20 minutes. Easy-to-use and free, you can use this resource on your own or to document your wishes before finalizing plans with an attorney. Have you already included a gift in your will or trust? Please fill out this form to let us know. We would love to thank you for your generosity.

Our Community's Impact

  • $5.8M in financial relief provided to families in crisis following a child's brain tumor diagnosis
  • $50M in research funded by the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation community
  • $5M+ of funding in current research investment portfolio
  • $1.9M in Vs. Cancer grants to fund hospital support programs for children with brain cancer

Non-probate Assets

IRAs, 401(k)s, life-insurance policies, and any other assets not included in your will are called non-probate assets, and you must plan your beneficiaries for them separately. Use this online tool to make your plans and designate us as a beneficiary of one or more of these assets.

If you have any questions about planned giving or would like to speak with a member of our team, email us at [email protected].

I never felt like a burden, and I never felt alone after the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation entered our lives. I know I can still turn to them even though Amber is no longer physically with us. Tia, Parent

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