Where Your Money is Going

The Foundation raises funds for research that will find new and innovative ways to treat neuroblastoma, and ultimately, find a cure for this disease. We want to create a World Class Neuroblastoma Research and Care Center. We know we can make this world so much better for these kids and families with the best doctors, research, treatment, love and support. No dollar amount is too small as we appreciate anything and everything. This is going to be a big job, but it is one we know we can do, with the help of all of you. Thank you for your donation.

Your donation to The Ronan Thompson Foundation funds the nation's top oncologists. The Foundation's fundraising assists these oncologists to perform ground-breaking clinical trials in the search for a cure for pediatric cancer.

Project Update Summaries 2015

RTF Collaborative Project Funding 2015

Project Update Summaries 2014

RTF Driving the Creation of Two New Cutting-Edge Immunotherapy Treatments for Neuroblastoma

Project Update Summaries 2013

Phase I Clinical Trial - 3rd Generation Genetically Modified Autologous T-cell Therapy

Project Update Summaries 2012

This year, the Ronan Thompson Foundation is partnering with Solving Kids' Cancer, to fund a clinical trial directed by Dr. Yael Mosse at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Solving Kids' Cancer generously agreed to match the amount donated by the Ronan Thompson Foundation. We are very excited to be working with a internationally renowned organization on such an important co-venture.

The Foundation's goal for this clinical trial is: $50,000, for a total joint donation of $100,000. With your help, we plan on achieving this goal by the end of the year.

Thank you for your donation and helping make this goal a reality!


The Ronan Thompson Foundation and Solving Kids' Cancer award $80,000 grant to fund new therapeutic to treat children with neuroblastoma


About the Foundation

The Ronan Thompson Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to finding a cure for neuroblastoma, a form of childhood cancer. We are currently fundraising to create a world-class neuroblastoma research and care center dedicated to funding both traditional and non-traditional treatments to reduce the number of children affected by this disease and increase survival rates.

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