We are a force for progress in curing childhood cancer.

Purchase your tickets now for the First and Gold Gala on Friday, August 11 at The College Football Hall of Fame in downtown Atlanta. This black tie event will honor Coach Lee Corso, ESPN legend and host of College GameDay, for his decade of service as chairman of Curing Kids Cancer.

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Our Impact

 

Since our creation, Curing Kids Cancer has given more than $9 million to fund research that will one day cure pediatric cancers.

Learn how we are changing lives

Our Inspiration

Five-year-old Killian Owen loved sports, especially baseball, basketball and swimming. He enjoyed playing (and competing!) with his brothers. On December 10, 1999, Killian was diagnosed with Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia. Despite the best efforts of those caring for Killian and his own determination the disease took his life on July 27, 2003. He was nine years old.

We work in Killian's memory for children who need a cure. Join us in this fight.

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Join Craig Kimbrel

Craig Kimbrel, the All-Star closing pitcher for the Boston Red Sox, is Chairman of Players Curing Kids Cancer. Craig donates $100 for every save and $25 for every strikeout to Curing Kids Cancer, adding up to more than $15,000.

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Testimonials

"Our lab is currently conducting 82 therapeutic studies, including 46 studies of drugs in the early phases. Curing Kids Cancer's involvement is crucial, because so little government funding goes to pediatric cancer research."

Dr. Eric Schafer,

Texas Children's Cancer Center

"Funding received from Curing Kids Cancer has allowed us to actively enroll on almost 150 clinical research studies. Without this vital funding these important research studies would not be available to the children."

Ron Frieson,

President, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Foundation

"Our focus is on defining cancer genes and understanding the developmental biology of tumors. To accomplish this, we use zebrafish in research funded by Curing Kids Cancer. If a cancer develops, we can observe cancer growth and test cancer treatments."

Dr. James Amatruda,

UT Southwestern Medical Center

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