MCF General

April 6, 2020

Quarantine For a Cause

December 5, 2019

Christmas Toys Fundraiser

Dolores worked hard for her family, pinched pennies, budgeted and started her Christmas shopping early to make certain that every child that walked into her house had a gift, which were stacked floor to ceiling surrounding the Christmas Tree. Through the years she welcomed family friends, in-laws and friends of her children, including many friends of friends who did not know the love of a family until she welcomed them into hers. In honor of the love and acceptance she provided to every person to walk through her door, we, along with Max Cure, are honored and privileged to carry on this legacy and tradition of giving to children.
September 23, 2019

Roar Beyond Barriers Program

The Max Cure Foundation’s Roar Beyond Barriers program provides financial support to low-income and military families who have a child battling cancer to help ease some of the burdens on the family while dealing with the child’s diagnosis. The program consists of three parts including monthly gift cards, an emergency assistance fund, and back to school assistance.
September 23, 2019

Funding Research

The Max Cure Foundation believes in funding innovative and novel childhood cancer research in an effort to find cures for the various forms of childhood cancer and to create less-toxic and more effective treatments for children and young adults diagnosed with cancer.
September 23, 2019

Back-to-School Program

The Max Cure Foundation’s Back to School campaign addresses the needs of the children within our Roar Beyond Barriers program, and their siblings as they start the school year, with the aim of sending them back to school prepared and with confidence.
September 23, 2019

Roar Beyond Barriers Emergency Fund

The Max Cure Foundation’s Roar Beyond Barriers Emergency Fund provides emergency assistance to low-income and military families who have a child in active treatment for cancer and who are currently experiencing pressing and immediate financial hardship as a direct result of the child’s diagnosis.
September 20, 2019
Roar Beyond Barriers

Psychosocial Support

Psychosocial care is a necessary, yet often overlooked part of any pediatric cancer treatment plan as families endure fiscal and emotional stresses during their experience, both during treatment and beyond. The introduction of psychosocial support during the course of treatment can increase management of symptoms, improve adherence to treatment, and provide better outcomes and quality of life.