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December 5, 2023

$25,000 Raised to Increase Patient Access

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We were overwhelmed by your generosity on Giving Tuesday! You helped us meet our goal of $25,000, which will allow over 110 additional patients and families facing cancer receive direct help from the End Brain Cancer Initiative team. Your gifts also fuel the website and the EBCI Mobile App, which help thousands more gain access to life-changing resources and treatments.

Eleven years ago, Giving Tuesday began with a simple idea – a day that encouraged people to do good. Because of you, the movement has grown into a worldwide phenomenon inspiring a multitude of generous acts and reimagining a world where generosity is a part of everyday life. It is a reminder of what’s possible when we work together for the greater good

Over 1,800 patients and caregivers received direct guidance and support from the End Brain Cancer Initiative in 2022. Because of your generous gifts, we can help more people survive this devastating disease. Learn more about the important work of the End Brain Cancer Initiative and how you can help at

A very special THANK YOU to Pacific Ridge Hockey who raised over $2400 for the End Brain Cancer Initiative!

This cause is close to home for the Pacific Ridge Hockey players as their Alumnus Patrick O'Donnell is living with brain cancer. Patrick was the 2020 Championship-winning goaltender for the Pacific Ridge School Firebirds before being diagnosed with brain cancer last year.

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Patrick's mother Anne O’Donnell said, "Patrick, Hugh, and I were asked by the high school hockey team organizers of the NHL's Hockey Fights Cancer event who we would like to benefit from the fundraising, and we chose End Brain Cancer for all you do and did for us when we needed key information, resources, and leads to Doctors and second opinions."

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In 2024, let's make sure no one has to go through their cancer journey alone. Help the End Brain Cancer Initiative reach our Year End Goal of $25,000 to provide support to patients like Patrick O'Donnell.

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The Pacific Ridge Hockey players wore lavender jerseys, which honors a Cancer Warrior. Paddy's name was on the back of each of the jerseys.

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Enhancing patient outcomes by expanding FDA-approved treatment modalities and fueling research in the pharma/bio/life sciences, device & diagnostic industries and by closing the existing GAP from initial diagnosis to IMMEDIATE AND EXPANDED ACCESS to specialists, researchers, advanced & innovative treatments, clinical trials and critical care with the ultimate goal of improving patient outcomes through updating and improving WHO & NCCN Guidelines and clinical practices related to Standard of Care for brain cancer patients.

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