Why Fund Research? Because Kids Deserve Better

Traditional childhood and adolescent cancer treatments are often harsh and come with a long list of side effects that can stick around even after reaching remission.

By funding cancer research specifically for kids and teens, we hope to discover new and better treatments, and ultimately cures, with fewer harmful side effects.

60-90% of Childhood Cancer Survivors

DEVELOP ONE OR MORE CHRONIC HEALTH CONDITIONS

Since 1980, Only Four Drugs

HAVE BEEN APPROVED IN THE FIRST INSTANCE FOR USE IN CHILDREN

Long-term Side Effects

ALSO CALLED LATE EFFECTS, OF CHEMO AND RADIATION CAN INCLUDE DAMAGE TO THE HEART, LUNGS, BRAIN, NERVES, KIDNEYS, THYROID GLAND AND/OR REPRODUCTIVE ORGANS

Rally Kid Drew was given less than a 10% chance of survival.

Today he’s thriving, thanks to Rally-funded neuroblastoma research at Children’s

Rally’s Impact On Research

We fund the most promising and cutting-edge research initiatives around the globe via our competitive dual peer review process. Rally sees itself as philanthropic seed investor in the next great discovery. Rally invests early and continues to invest as projects make progress, providing critical seed funding to all levels of researchers from fellows to junior investigators to senior investigators. Below are results from Rally-funded research in our first 10 years.

28% of Rally-Funded Projects Advanced to Clinical Trials

PER A RALLY-FUNDED SURVEY

59% Percent of Rally’s Funded Projects

ADVANCED TO FEDERAL FUNDING

69% of All Rally-Funded Research Projects

WERE PUBLISHED IN JOURNALS OR BOOKS

Grants Awarded

Since 2005, Rally has awarded more than $16.7 million in childhood cancer research grants to 354 projects at hospitals and institutions around the world.

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