- Research conducted by researchers and institutions that are members of Children’s Oncology Group or supported by the NIH/NCI.
- Lab research
- Phase I, II, and III Clinical Trials
- Survivorship Studies
- Research grants annually
- Awarded 4th Quarter of our fiscal year: January-March
- One year grants are awarded
Rally is currently not accepting grant applications. Letter of Intent applications will become available via Proposal Central fall 2013.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Does Rally Foundation have more than one grant cycle?
No, Rally awards all grants in the 4th Quarter of our fiscal year: January-March.
Does Rally Foundation allow for indirect costs?
Does Rally Foundation accept international applicants?
Does Rally Foundation provide funding for more than one year?
Grants are for one year only, but applicants can apply each year for continued funding.
Does Rally Foundation fund research on a specific type of childhood cancer?
Rally Foundation supports all types of childhood cancer research.
Does Rally Foundation fund research at a specific hospital or in a specific state?
Rally Foundation welcomes applicants from all hospitals in all states and countries (who are COG members or supported by the NIH/NCI).
Does Rally Foundation support other organizations?
Rally Foundation co-funds research with other childhood cancer research organizations and welcomes proposals on how we can collaborate to streamline research to find better treatments with fewer long-term side effects.
Does Rally Foundation provide patient/family support?
Rally offers family support through our Family Emergency Fund. This fund is a resource for families who have a child currently receiving treatment for a cancer-related diagnosis or side effects from cancer treatment.
What does Rally Foundation require from grant recipients?
Grant recipients will receive a post-award agreement that details the specifics on what is required from them.
Will grants be dispersed in more than one installment?
Grants of less than $10,000 will be dispersed in one check. For grants of more than $10,000, the second half will be mailed following the receipt of your mid-year report.
Upon award notification, grant recipients will be provided with a Post-Award Agreement. The Post-Award Agreement must be signed and returned to the Rally Foundation prior to Rally Foundation mailing the check for the first installment of the grant.
A Mid-Year Report is required for all grants given. The mid-year report will include:
- 2-3 sentence layman summary of progress made so far, to be used in Rally Foundation presentations to supporters and the public
- Breakdown of funds used so far and how remaining funds will be used
An End-of-Year Report is required for all funding and will include:
- Same information provided in Mid-Year Report
- Can be incorporated into application for continued funding