January 5, 2015

Max Cure Foundation Welcomes Jonathan Agin

I want to introduce our followers to Jonathan Agin who joined The Max Cure Foundation (MCF) as of January 1, 2015. I met Jonathan as a […]
December 30, 2014

Max Cure Roars in Rockefeller Center

For the second year in a row the Max Cure Foundation was honored to share a window display in Rockefeller Center in order to raise awareness for childhood cancers.
November 25, 2014

Dunk Your Kicks at lululemon athletica for the Holidays

Raise money for pediatric cancer causes by simply dropping off your used sneakers or athletic shoes to lululemon athletica in East Hampton.
November 12, 2014

CPK Turns Pizza Into “Dough” For Fighting Pediatric Cancer

Max Cure Supporters can #RoarWithCPK California Pizza Kitchen (CPK), the authority on California-style pizza and the industry leader in creative dining, is inviting customers to eat pizza […]
September 29, 2014

Tucson Girl Scout Troop #26 Makes a Huge Impact

This small troop is making a big difference in the lives of children battling pediatric cancer while collecting used sneakers for Max Cure Foundation's Dunk Your Kicks campaign.
September 25, 2014

Pediatric Cancer Awareness in Washington D.C.

Last week was an eye opener for me as I travelled to Washington, DC, to attend several events in honor of Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month.  I […]
September 12, 2014

Henry & Me Film Hits A Home Run For Childhood Cancer

The animated film Henry & Me is a film about a young boy battling cancer who gets his strength and courage from former Yankees. This movie not only warms your soul and touches your heart, a portion of the proceeds from DVD and digital sales will go to charitable organizations including The Max Cure Foundation.
September 2, 2014

Live or Let Die | Who Makes The Hard Decisions

When a life is on the line, who makes that call as to whether the individual should receive experimental treatments? The story of how a friendship started. A contribution by Richard Plotkin, Max Cure Vice-Chairman.
August 16, 2014

To Light Up The Night Sky

How many people does it take to light the Empire State Building Gold for Childhood Cancers Awareness? Apparently too many as they continue to refuse.