Rally Foundation Inc
Rating: 5 stars 14 14 reviews
5775 Glenridge Drive Building B Sui Building C, Suite 120 Sandy Springs GA 30328 USA
Childhood cancer is the number one disease killer of children and adolescents in America and research is underfunded by an estimated 30 million a year.Rally Foundation supports all phases of childhood cancer research from science at the bench (very early research) to Phase I, II, and III clinical trials.
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As a mom of Will who is battling brain and spinal tumors for the third time, we are blessed to have seen Rally grow and fund over TWO MILLION Dollars in childhood cancer research in just 5 years! Rally's mission to mobilize grassroots efforts to fund research has resulted in a multitude of so many varied and fun fundraising efforts with 93 cents of every dollar being spent on research to cure our children! We have experienced firsthand how much the Rally staff and hundreds of volunteers care about all kids with cancer and how passionate they are about seeking more funding to find cures for these insidious childhood cancers. Rally offers families and volunteers unlimited opportunities for involvement and the outcome is so rewarding. If you know a child with cancer, encourage them to become a Rally kid; donate, organize a fundraiser, volunteer, pray for Rally, or share the Rally website! Rally on! Nancy O.
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reading about different Rally-funded research grants for many types of childhood cancers; watching the number of volunteers, fundraisers, Rally kids, and funding grow dramatically; participating with my son in professional sports events that support Rally; witnessing my son's validation when people contribute to Rally because of him; hosting Rally Across America bicyclists; and seeing the outpouring of love/support of Rally kids from staff and volunteers as Rally kids battle and sometimes die from cancer.
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