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Targeting breakthrough research.

100% of all donations go directly towards providing research grants to the world’s leading scientists.

Cure Alzheimer’s Fund is relentlessly focused on finding a cure for this fatal disease.

Alzheimer’s is the only major disease that is universally fatal. At some point, every patient requires 24-hour care. It is not just an inconvenient loss of memory; instead, it is total degradation of the brain. In the United States, over 5 million people have Alzheimer’s disease and the number is growing.

Empowering young people to make healthy decisions.

Since 2003, PHE has taught skills-based health education to 100,000 low-income high school students nationwide.

Peer Health Exchange (PHE)’s mission is to empower young people with the knowledge, skills, and resources to make healthy decisions.

PHE’s program focuses on education in the areas of sexual and reproductive health, mental health and substance abuse prevention; and connects students with healthcare centers in their communities. Our program teaches students what correlates with positive long-term health.

No white flags.

Until a cure for ALS is found, the technology Team Gleason provides is that cure.

With the equipment, services and technology we provide, we are changing what living with ALS can look like.

Team Gleason’s has three missions. First, to help provide neuromuscular diseases patients with leading edge technology and care. Second, to create a global conversation about ALS to advance the search for a cure. And, third, to document the extraordinary lives of patients, to raise global awareness.

Give every child a cancer-free future.

Every 2 minutes a child is diagnosed with cancer. PCRF works to erase that statistic.

Save the lives of children fighting cancer. The Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation (PCRF) is solely dedicated to raising funds & awareness for pediatric cancer research.

Over the last 36 years, survival rates for childhood cancer have risen from 10% to over 85%. However, rare and aggressive cancers continue to devastate families and rob children of their childhoods. Because childhood cancers still exist, PCRF presses on, funding cutting edge research to continue the necessary work of finding cures and improvements to care.