CCBF is proud to be a NYRR charity Partner of the 2016 TCS New York City Marathon for the 5th year in a row. By running with Team CCBF, you have guaranteed entry into one of the world's most exciting running events.
Run 26.2 miles through all five boroughs of New York and add meaning to your miles as you raise funds for children with cancer and blood disorders.
CCBF has limited guaranteed entries into the race and is still accepting applications.
GQR Global Markets is hosting a networking event in Midtown Manhattan with all proceeds benefiting CCBF. The event will feature refreshments and a relaxed evening of networking with thought leaders and Analytics practitioners and Technologists.
The event will be a chance to meet and have informative discussions with those working in fields such as Biometrics, Bioinformatics, Data Science, and Technology.
This is a ticketed event, with all proceeds going to the Children's Cancer & Blood Foundation. The ticket includes an open-bar and and hors d'oeuvres.
Our guaranteed entry spots into the 2016 United Airlines NYC Half Marathon through CCBF are full!
Thank you for your interest in supporting CCBF through the 2016 United Airlines NYC Half Marathon Charity Program. If you already have your own entry into the 2016 NYC Half, you can make a difference in the lives of children with cancer and blood disorders by fundraising for CCBF.
World Cancer Day (WCD) is a global event that takes place each year on February 4th. Individuals and organizations around the globe come together on this day to raise awareness about cancer, and to make it a global health priority.
The goal of WCD is to save millions of preventable deaths from cancer each year, by raising awareness and education about cancer.
Christian was near death when we first met him - even though he was only 7 months old. Though he seemed perfectly healthy at birth, at 7 months of age he came to us at Weill Cornell's Pediatric Intensive Care, with seizures and was found to be bleeding in his brain and critically ill. His parents were terrified. It was heartbreaking. Christian hung on though.
The Children's Cancer & Blood Foundation (CCBF), through its support of the Division of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology, has created a standard of excellence in the treatment of children with chronic, life-threatening blood disorders since 1952.