Training for a marathon is tough. Making a gift to support research to cure childhood brain cancer is easy.
Since Beans died, Rachel and Andy have been running their own marathon. And it's a lot longer than 26.2 miles. They have become champions in the fight against childhood brain cancer. They raise money for Dana-Farber to fund research into better treatment options and outcomes. They raise awareness about the unimaginable toll that childhood brain cancer has on so many families. They work tirelessly to create a future without deadly childhood brain cancer.
Compared to the race to fight childhood brain cancer, running the NYC Marathon is easy. And it is even easier for you to help Rachel and Andy. You don't have to run a single mile. All you need to do is make a gift. Every dollar you give will go to support a brighter future for all children. A future without deadly childhood brain cancer.