How your donation helps

How your donation helps

How Your Donation Helps

Chat with Champs directly helps kids going through cancer treatments by
connecting them with a champ, building friendships to lift their spirits during a time .when they feel alone. We are dedicated to financially support families affected by pediatric cancer, bringing awareness and connecting children with other cancer warriors/survivors during and after chemo treatments.

OurLatest FundedProjects

  • Endocrine Disrupting Pesticides, Neonatal Hormones and Risk of Testicular Germ Cell Tumors

    University of California Berkeley / Catherine Metayer, MD, PhD
  • Role of Inflammatory Microenvironment in Clonal evolution and Progression from FPD to AML

    Oregon Health & Science University / Anupriya Agarwal, PhD
  • Neighborhood Factors, Acute Kidney Injury and Disparities in Pediatric Acute Myeloid Leukemia

    Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia / Richard Aplenc, MD/PhD
  • Drug Screen for FPD/AML Therapeutics

    Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia / Richard Aplenc, MD/PhD

Program Areas Funded by CHAT WITH CHAMPS:

A Complementary Approach

Early Career Research

Engaging researchers early in their careers, leading to long-term commitments to finding cures

Quality of Life and Care

Improving the quality of life and care for children and their families

Featured ResearcherSee All

Dr. Steven Jonas, an engineer, oncologist and scientist, is using nanotechnology to speed up the delivery of treatment to kids who need cures now.Read More

Search Funded ProjectsBrowse

Browsing our archive of funded studies is the best way to understand the scope and appreciate the power of Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation’s impact on the field of childhood cancer research.Browse the founded project

Travel For Care ProgramRead More

Recognizing the financial burden that families often encounter, the Alex’s Lemonade Stand Travel For Care Program offers assistance to families who face the need to travel for childhood cancer treatment. Since 2008, ALSF has provided over:

  • 530 flights
  • 3,400 nights of lodging
  • 18,000 gas cards

How You’re HelpingWatch the video

In 2006, at age 11, Taylor was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a type of bone cancer. After 9 months of chemotherapy and surgery on her right arm, Taylor was declared cancer-free. Unfortunately, she relapsed 18 months later when a spot was found on her lung. After her third relapse, the family was desperate for a cure. Thanks to a clinical trial, made possible by an infrastructure grant from ALSF, Taylor and her family finally had hope.

MyChildhoodCancerVisit site

This database aims to understand the different reasons and ways that childhood cancer can impact families.

MyChildhoodCancer.org

Grants Calendar See all

  • Familial RUNX1 Research Grant LOI – Due 07/02/2018
  • Familial RUNX1 Research Grant (by invitation) – Due 10/01/2018
  • Psychosocial Launch Grant (by invitation) – Due 10/01/2018
  • Psychosocial Family Impact Grants (by invitation) – Due 10/01/2018

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