In 2015, the Carrs and Mosiers endured the terrible loss of their sons, Chad and Michael. But from this tragedy came two charitable foundations built on hope. And now, the two foundations are coming together to form the ChadTough Defeat DIPG Foundation, with their hope redefined. Because a cure for DIPG isn’t a matter of “if” but “when.”
The Sunrise Club is a great way to support the ChadTough Defeat DIPG Foundation. With your automatic monthly donation, you’ll help us in our important funding endeavors so we can give the gift of hope to children suffering from pediatric brain cancer. Sign up for monthly giving today and help us get one step closer to a cure.
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Become a superhero in the fight against pediatric brain cancer by signing up as a virtual runner for the Superhero Sprint & 6K. This amazing race is now part of the ChadTough family of events, and you can take advantage of early-bird pricing now through March 8, 2021. So get your superhero suit ironed out, stretch out those calves, and get ready to run for a great cause!
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Joe Cox is the owner and general manager of The Handyman Connection of Ann Arbor. Since founding his business in 2015, his family has grown and so has his involvement with ChadTough. This past year, Mr. Cox’s business began a promotion to help the fight against DIPG, which hasn’t only raised money. It’s raised hope.
SMALL BUSINESS. BIG HEART.READ ARTICLE
Dr. Cynthia Hawkins is one of the shining stars at SickKids® Hospital in Toronto. Her invaluable research has raised the bar in learning more about diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG). Her work in treating the disease in the lab has given hope to children fighting the disease in real life. And each day her team gets closer and closer to the breakthrough we’re all waiting for — a cure.
TACKLING DIPG WITH DR. HAWKINSREAD ARTICLE
Our mission is even stronger
The ChadTough Foundation and Michael Mosier Defeat DIPG Foundation aren’t strangers to working side by side. Together, they’ve partnered to grant almost $7 million to 21 institutions around the world over the last 4 years. Separately, they’ve funded an additional $5 million, bringing their total impact to over $12 million. Their shared mission of inspiring game-changing research for effective treatments hasn’t changed — it has grown stronger.
The ties run deep
We believe a collaborative approach is the only way a cure will be found, so we welcome the help of other families who want to join in funding pediatric brain cancer research (with an emphasis on DIPG) in honor of their children through our Family Partner program. These families’ lives have been deeply impacted by pediatric brain cancer as well. This combined power will lead to more funding of more research, with the goal of a cure for DIPG and other pediatric brain cancers sooner than would otherwise be possible.
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One day the fight will be over. One day a cure will be found. Research suggests it will be in our lifetimes. Discoveries of new and effective treatments are being made every month. It’s astounding just how much we have learned about DIPG in just a few years. It’s an exponential curve of knowledge, and it will eventually lead to a cure. And it all begins with you.
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