RALLY TENNESSEE

Helping Families. Advancing Research. Improving Treatments. Rally On!

 

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Meet Elaine Kay

Meet Mackenzie Duncan

Development Manager

Meet Cali Ruth Hays

Rally Kid & Special Project Coordinator

Meet Millie

Rally’s Impact

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93¢

93 cents of every dollar supports our mission

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$144M

secured in new
federal funding

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29.4M

awarded in childhood cancer research grants

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110,000 meals served to families in the hospital

93 cents of every dollar supports our mission
$144M secured in new federal funding
$29.4 million awarded in childhood cancer research grants
110,000 meals served to families in the hospital

How Rally Tennessee Got Started

Rally Kid Lane, fighting brain cancer

Nashville native Elaine Kay’s journey began to unfold when her 11-year-old son, James, battled a rare childhood cancer. The clinical trial that saved his life is now a national protocol, continuing to save more children.

Elaine’s dedication to childhood cancer research gave birth to Rally Tennessee (TN) in 2010. Rally TN has been an integral part of raising more than $29.4 million dollars to fund pediatric cancer research projects worldwide.

Supported by the Rally TN Leadership Advisory Board, the Rally TN Young Professionals, community partners and grassroots efforts, Rally TN works to fulfill Rally’s mission throughout the state. Pediatric oncology families are supported through resources, events, advocacy and the Rally Family Emergency Fund, Rally Good Meal, and Rally Kid programs.

We’d love to have you join us in bringing hope to childhood cancer families in Tennessee by reaching out to [email protected].

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