In this year alone, approximately 15,000 children will be diagnosed with a form of pediatric cancer.

Children's Brain Trust (CBT), an independent non-profit 501(c)3 organization, was founded by families of children diagnosed with brain tumor disease. CBT acts as a voice of the philanthropic community, advocating nationwide on behalf of the children and their families. It promotes public awareness with regard to the need to increase the funding of pediatric brain research. It also raises and distributes funds with the intention of accelerating the pace of brain cancer research. Finally, it spurs collaboration among academic researchers and clinical medical professionals committed to improving pediatric brain tumor treatment outcomes. 
CBT acknowledges that more children are dying today from brain cancer than any other type of cancer; it is now time the world acknowledges this too. By partnering with leading pediatric brain tumor centers, CBT is raising funds to support research that will find a cure. Your donation will go directly towards efforts to end pediatric brain cancer!

OUR MISSION

Children's Brain Trust is an independent organization that exists primarily to educate the general public, provide financial resources to organizations or individuals committed to improving the quality of life of children with brain tumor disease and to facilitate the finding of a cure for this leading cause of childhood cancer death in America.

OUR VISION

The vision of Children's Brain Trust is to build hope for children diagnosed with a brain tumor. Hope will arise from the collaborative efforts of outstanding researchers, clinical medical professionals, educators and caregivers using the latest technology in the treatment of pediatric brain tumors. CBT will facilitate advancements in treatments that lead to increased cure-rates for childhood brain tumor disease,  until it, one day, no longer takes any child's life.

who we support

Children's Brain Trust supports cutting edge pediatric brain tumor research underway at the University of Florida Brain Tumor Immunotherapy Program (UFBTIP). The UFBTIP is a comprehensive clinical research program dedicated to the development of safe and effective immunotherapy treatments for pediatric and adult brain tumors. The UFBTIP is housed within the Preston A. Wells, Jr. Center for Brain Tumor Therapy and Evelyn F. and William L. McKnight Brain Institute (MBI) at the University of Florida. Made possible by over $20 million in philanthropic and institutional funds, the UFBTIP was established in 2013 with the recruitment of Duane A. Mitchell, MD, PhD, formerly Associate Director of the Duke Brain Tumor Immunotherapy Program. The UFBTIP currently is comprised of over 40 full-time faculty and staff who work coordinately with the sole objective of developing curative brain tumor immunotherapy. Program leadership is provided by Dr. Mitchell and five other UFBTIP principal investigators with outstanding expertise in neuro-oncology care and research.

SUPPORT OUR

DONATE USING PAYPAL, OR MAKE A DIRECT DONATION TO THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA BRAIN TUMOR IMMUNOTHERAPY PROGRAM.

IF YOU'D LIKE TO SEND US YOUR DONATION, USE THIS ADDRESS:
CHILDREN'S BRAIN TRUST 6121 N.W. 56TH COURT , CORAL SPRINGS, FL 33067

more kids are winning their fight against cancer because of your donations!