December 2014

For the second year in a row, The Max Cure Foundation was invited to have a highly coveted window display in Rockefeller Center thanks to EHE International. Last year, Max Cure Foundation was selected as the children’s foundation out of 500 applicants, and the EHE International team was so moved by our display that they decided to honor the foundation again this December. (more…)

On November 28th, runners and walkers across the country participated in the third annual Track Friday, a fitness-meets-fundraising movement held the day after Thanksgiving in which participants can support any charity, raise any amount, and run or walk any distance, anywhere. (more…)

As I look back on 2014, the 6th full year of operations since Max Cure Foundation (MCF) was formed in December, 2008, I am excited for its future and accomplishing my family’s dream in honor of my grandson, Max, a childhood cancer survivor, of making a significant and positive difference for children with cancer and their families.  At the same time, though, I question how to overcome what one person knowledgeable about pediatric cancer and other non-profit foundations recently told us, namely, “The Max Cure Foundation and what it is doing for kids with cancer is the countries best kept secret.”   (more…)