The Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation Marks 30 Years of Fighting Childhood Cancers with Spring Gala
On Tuesday, May 8 the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation hosted its annual benefit to raise funds for childhood cancer research and celebrate 30 years of fighting the devastating illnesses. The foundation has generated over $25 million dollars towards innovative research for state-of-the-art treatment for childhood cancers, blood disorders and immunological diseases. Survival rates have risen from approximately 20% to 80% for those diagnosed with pediatric cancers.
The evening commenced with a benefactors’ dinner at The Modern, followed by a large reception at The Museum of Modern Art. Guests enjoyed free range of MoMA’s fifth floor permanent collection, cocktails and hors d’oeuvre made by Creative Edge Designs. Read More