Category Archives: Get Involved

Give a Special Mother’s Day Tribute

This Mother’s Day, give a tribute gift to honor the special women in your life! A tribute gift to CureSearch is a personal way to acknowledge the many women – mothers, sisters, aunts, teachers, friends and others – who have loved, supported and encouraged you. With a Mother’s Day tribute gift, you can show your loved ones how […]

High School Senior Leads Fundraising Effort

Chelsey has always believed in giving back to the community. A senior at Winston Churchill High School in Potomac, MD, she has always been encouraged to find a cause that she was passionate about and try to make a difference. While volunteering, Chelsey met a young girl battlingrhabdomyosarcoma and they became fast friends. She saw how […]

Camp Quality Partners with CureSearch!

CureSearch is proud to announce a partnership with Camp Quality USA, an organization dedicated to providing camping experiences for children with cancer during the 2014 CureSearch Walk season. This year, Camp Quality will be at 12 CureSearch Walks across the country participating with Camp Quality Walk teams, arts & crafts tables and teen tents. Camp […]

Haven’s High Steppers High Step For Daughter

When Haven was diagnosed with neuroblastoma in 2012, she was just 2 years old, and her family was shocked. The cancer was found in her adrenal gland and required 8 rounds ofchemotherapy, radiation, MIBG therapy, and stem cell transplant. Haven is still recovering from the stem cell transplant, but is back at school and receives chemotherapy every three weeks. While […]

Every Now

Every 40 minutes a child is diagnosed with cancer. That’s 36 children today, tomorrow, and every day after that. The search for cures is happening now. Every Now. Will you help? CureSearch is funding research that will solve the field’s most challenging problems. To help find cures now. Every Now. The big issues: One out of […]

Go MOM on Cancer Launches September 1

MOM. It’s Not Just a Name. It’s a Verb. Who’s your favorite mom? Think about that for a minute. Think about how she is, or was, with her kids. She is their teacher, playmate, disciplinarian, safety blanket, and best advocate. And, you know the difference between when she is MOMMY and MOM, right? When she’s […]