Double Your Impact
A generous supporter of the End Brain Cancer Initiative has pledged to match all donations made before December 31st dollar for dollar, up to $25,000. You can double your impact by giving before the end of the year!
Supporters like you are the reason why we can provide additional patient support and resources every year. Your gift today will help increase EBCI's capacity to create disease education, awareness & outreach content, opportunities to empower the patients, enhancements in clinical trial and study protocol development, and one-on-one meetings with patients. You will also help to fund our Advocacy efforts that are not supported and all of the operational expenses it takes to run a 501(c)3 non-profit advocacy organization, as well as our National Patient Services & Support Center.
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.
"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," said Anne O'Donnell, Patrick's mother.
By supporting the End Brain Cancer Initiative, you will help people like Patrick O’Donnell gain access to specialists, advanced treatments & clinical trials for this devastating disease.
Over 1,800 people who were impacted by brain cancer, a brain tumor, or metastatic disease to the brain received direct guidance and support from the End Brain Cancer Initiative last year. An additional 18 million people accessed our Disease Education, Awareness & Outreach Programs. Your generous donations will enable even more patients and families to receive free one-on-one support from the End Brain Cancer Initiative next year, including access to potentially life-saving treatments and resources.