The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation is the world's leading nonprofit dedicated to the childhood brain tumor community. We serve the more than 28,000 U.S. children and teens battling brain tumors by investing in the most promising research and providing practical, informational and emotional support to families.
All services are free for pediatric brain tumor families, including emergency financial assistance, a resource notebook for newly diagnosed families, the award-winning Imaginary Friend Society video series, college and vocational scholarships, and much more. Our nationwide events include Ride for Kids motorcycle charity rides, the Starry Night Walk to Cure Childhood Brain Tumors and Vs. Cancer fundraisers. Regions across the country provide on-the-ground support to families and partner with community leaders to raise awareness and funds for lifesaving research and family resources.
Our board of directors, employees and volunteers share a commitment to the needs of the pediatric brain tumor community.
It all began with friends helping friends. Discover how a motorcycle ride became the leading nonprofit dedicated to childhood brain tumors.