A Pediatric Cancer Foundation 501(c)(3)
DURING UNIMAGINABLE TIMES
Anyone who knew Corbin and followed his cancer journey will tell you how his bright smile filled hearts around the world. Corbin's smile could be seen even during the toughest times- and there were many tough times. I don't know if Corbin's smile would have endured through everything if not for the amazing support system he had through it all- namely the "C-Squad". Corbin is the "C" and the Squad consists of his five best friends who never for a minute left Corbin without their support during his nearly four-year long battle with neuroblastoma. His friendships meant the world to him.
Corbin always wanted something really good to come from all of this, which is why we formed the C-Squad Foundation just a few months before he passed away. We want to be a part in making other children and families feel supported in the way Corbin felt supported by his friends and community. As a fledgling foundation just getting on our feet, we will focus on supporting families traveling from all over the USA to the world-renown Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City for neuroblastoma treatment- just like Corbin did- with plans to expand our support as our foundation grows. Thank you for helping us help others and keeping Corbin's legacy of friendship alive.
There are multiple ways to donate to C-Squad Foundation 501(c)(3)!
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C-Squad Foundation is a federally recognized 501(c)(3) tax exempt nonprofit organization. As such, donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
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At C-Squad Foundation, our mission is to ease the financial burden for families traveling from all over the world to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in NYC for life-saving neuroblastoma treatment. We will provide assistance for travel-related expenses so these families have one less thing to worry about during their child's cancer treatment. C-Squad Foundation is also committed to supporting promising research studies aimed at curing childhood cancer in our lifetime.