46 Faces

A team for RALLY FOUNDATION FOR CHILDHOOD CANCER RESEARCH

  • $27,625
    Raised
  • 283
    Donors
  • 26
    Fundraisers

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$27,625 raised

of $30,000

($22,267 online, $5,358 offline)


"46 Faces" a team to help the RALLY FOUNDATION FOR CHILDHOOD CANCER RESEARCH...

Leaderboard

name dollars donors

1

Ellen Lutz

Rally for Parker

$9,500 70

2

Raquel Barry

Kylie's Rally for a Cure

$5,645 15

3

Connie Copley

Team Tyler: Rally for a Cure

$1,910 24

4

Julie Collins

Celebrating Christian Collins - Rally On!!!

$1,530 12

5

Heidi Moore

Rally For Jacob Moore

$1,411 32

6

jenn sorrell

Friends of Kristen Sorrell

$1,270 27

7

Jennifer Brinson

NICKSTRONG

$1,125 10

8

Cory Babcock

Rally for Catherine

$1,115 15

9

Amanda Johnson

Journey4Joshua

$1,000 13

10

Kristin Goudie

Princess Ella's 46 faces of rally!:)

$830 9

11

Dana House

Rally for Brooks

$718 12

12

Angie Collins

Emma Collins

$700 10

13

April Baldwin

Millie's Miracle

$500 1

14

Courtney Cooke

Courtney's 46 faces

$375 9

15

Debbie Benjamin

Rally for Iliss Marie

$350 14

16

yvonne glass

Princess Amelia Rallies for Cancer

$90 3

17

Deb Fuller

Heroes for Hope

$75 3

18

Amy Ramsey

Rally for Bubba

$50 1

19

Kimberly Register

Ansley Kate's 46 Faces

$25 1

20

Krystle Anderson

Rally For the Cure Krystle's Page

$21 1

21

Maranda Martin

Battle for Brayden

$15 1

22

Erin Carrasquillo

Rally for Gus

$0 0

23

Heather Schroeder

Friends of Hunter

$0 0

24

Allison Mikaelian

Battle for Bishop

$0 0

25

Larisa Hensiek

Lily's 46 Faces

$0 0

26

Crystall Brookman

Rally so they can Live, Laugh and Love

$0 0

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Summary

Every school day in America, 46 children are diagnosed with cancer, the #1 disease killer of children ages 0-15.

Story

Every school day in America, 46 children are diagnosed with cancer,
the #1 disease killer of children ages 0-15. Help these Rally Kids,
children who have fought or are fighting cancer, raise at least $500 each
for the Rally Foundation for Childhood Cancer Research this September,
National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.

Rally Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, empowers volunteers
across the country to raise awareness and funds for childhood cancer
research to find better treatments with fewer long-term side effects and,
ultimately, cures.In its first six years, Rally Foundation for Childhood
Cancer Research (Rally) has provided more than $3 million in childhood cancer
research grants supporting more than 60 projects nationwide. For every
dollar given to Rally, 93 cents goes to support its mission, according to
independently audited financials. Rally Foundation is recognized with the
Independent Charities Seal of Excellence. Of the 1,000,000 charities
operating in the United States today, it is estimated that fewer
than 50,000, or 5 percent, meet or exceed these standards, and, of those,
fewer than 2,000 have been awarded this Seal.

Rally Foundation was born out of a grassroots initiative to fund childhood
cancer research. When William Olson was diagnosed with a relapsed brain
tumor, Rally's founder and CEO, Dean Crowe, simply asked what could she do
to help to William's family. The answer: fund childhood cancer research.
From there, Rally was born.

Rally On!

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To find cures and better treatments for childhood cancer.