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May is Brain Tumor Awareness Month

Did you know brain tumors are responsible for more cancer related deaths in children than any other disease?

May is Brain Tumor Awareness Month (#GoGray), and September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month (#GoGold). But we believe, until a cure is discovered for this horrible disease, children fighting brain cancer should be recognized all year long. We invite you to join us in our mission and #GoGoldAndGrayEveryday.


Show your support for kids fighting DIPG and all brain tumors. It’s an easy way to raise the awareness needed to get tough to #DefeatDIPG. Brain tumors are the leading cause of death by disease for kids in the United States. DIPG accounts for 10% of all pediatric brain tumors but nearly 50% of all pediatric brain cancer deaths. DIPG most commonly affects kids between the ages of 5-9 years old, has a typical survival time of 9 months from diagnosis, and an overall survival rate of nearly 0%. Still, less than 1% of federal research funding goes to pediatric brain cancer research. We believe kids deserve more!  Please join us today and #GoGoldAndGrayEveryday!


  • Follow ChadTough Defeat DIPG Foundation on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter… and share our posts!
  • Always use the hashtags: #ChadTough #DefeatDIPG #ChadToughDefeatDIPG whenever sharing on social media platforms…and in May us #GoGoldAndGrayEveryday.
  • Grab some merchandise featuring our new combined logo!
  • Register for Superhero Sprint and 6K that takes place in May.
  • Share any or all of the shareables throughout the month of May.
  • Be sure to share on May 17th that it is DIPG Awareness Day!

Together, we’re taking a stand to improve the lives of kids battling brain cancer. By coordinating efforts with other families and supporters from all over the world, we can amplify our voices and increase awareness that will enable us to fund critical research for all pediatric brain tumors.

Thank you for continuing to fight alongside us to #DefeatDIPG.

Tammi & Jason Carr and Jenny & Mark Mosier