For organizations looking to go beyond event sponsorship to help find a cure for pediatric brain cancer, the ChadTough Defeat DIPG Foundation offers annual partnership opportunities.
The Partnership Program is an opportunity for any individual, foundation or company that donates $50,000 or more per year.
We tailor partnerships to meet the goals of each partner while also meeting our mission. If you have an interest, let’s sit down to discuss options. Key benefits all partners can enjoy include:
- Unique page within ChadTough.org, marketing your organization and providing background on your commitment to the ChadTough Defeat DIPG Foundation
- Sponsorship presence at marquee events
- Recognition periodically through all ChadTough social media outlets
To learn more, contact our Director of Strategic Partnerships, Monica Brancheau at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Bose family is made up of hard-working men and women focused on delivering automotive experiences that bring the vehicle to life. Working with integrity, collaboratively, and with a sense of community and family is extremely important to them. They believe in the mission, vision, and values of the ChadTough Defeat DIPG Foundation and understand that passion and dedication can create real change.
Latcha & Associates
Dave and Jennifer Latcha were introduced to ChadTough when they attended the first Champions for Change Gala in 2017 with friends. They were so moved after the event, they approached Tammi Carr and simply said, “We want to help!”
Karen and Stephen attended the first ChadTough gala and have stayed involved ever since. “What ChadTough has accomplished in such a small amount of time is nothing short of amazing, and we are proud to be a Partner.” The Sanger Family Foundation grants ChadTough dollars to help cover administrative costs, which ensures more funds go directly to research.
The Jones Family Foundation
It was pure happenstance when Tammi Carr became the Executive Director of Wayne and Shelly Jones’ foundation, The Jones Family Foundation, in 2009. Wayne and Shelly were looking for someone to head up their foundation when they met Tammi through her development position at Michigan Medicine.
“It worked out,” said Shelly Jones. “It was perfect.”
The M Den
“We’re partners with the Michigan athletic department, we’re partners with the alumni association, we’re partners in many, many ways around this university,” he said. “And now we can say we’re a partner of the ChadTough Defeat DIPG Foundation as well.
The Weiser Family
When University of Michigan Regent Ron Weiser heard that Chad Carr was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer, the news hit him hard. Even though he did not personally know the Carr family, the idea of a family bearing the news that their 4-year-old child was likely going to die — and there was nothing that could be done — was intolerable. He knew he had to do something, anything to help.
Research is the key
In many respects, DIPG and other forms of pediatric brain cancer are still a mystery. Your donations fund important research to help discover this disease’s weaknesses.
One person can make a difference
Discover what you can do beyond your generous donation to help us build awareness and spread the word about pediatric brain cancer, especially DIPG.