When the world entered the COVID-19 pandemic, all we needed was a little Hope & Love. We asked all of our young ambassadors to share their messages of hope to the world. A big thank you to all of the frontline workers who risked their lives during the world pandemic. From all of us at Solving Kids’ Cancer
The “Lace Up For Kids” campaign connected childhood cancer supporters and advocates both nationally and internationally. For the month of September, thousands of gold shoelaces were shipped and worn to help raise awareness for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Take a look at some of the people who participated – you may even recognize some influencers and celebrities!
On Wednesday, May 16th, Solving Kids’ Cancer (SKC), an NYC based nonprofit, held its annual Spring Celebration benefit gala at the Mandarin Oriental New York. Mikhail “Doctor Mike” Varshavski served as the Master of Ceremonies of the event, which was hosted by Gabby & Gianpaolo, De Felice, Lindy Gad, Angelina Jolin, Jan Planit, Frederique van der Wal, and Bonnie Young and raised over $575,000 for pediatric cancer research.
Join us and watch as we recap all of the milestones & events Solving Kids’ Cancer experienced during 2016. From our 6th Annual Spring Celebration to SKC appealing NICE’s decision in the UK – none of these accomplishments could have been possible without the help of our supporters. Thank you & Happy New Year!
Runway Heroes is a fun-filled fashion show featuring childhood cancer fighters and survivors ranging in age from 3 to 13 years of age. The runway is presented by Bloomingdale’s at its flagship Manhattan store, and benefits Solving Kids’ Cancer and the Ronan Thompson Foundation, two like-minded nonprofits that collaborate on funding innovative childhood cancer research. In high fashion and chic style, these runway stars shine with a sense of pride and accomplishment as they strut their stuff in trend-setting outfits donated by Bloomingdale’s.
On Monday, May 16th, Solving Kids Cancer held its 7th Annual Spring Celebration honoring Gary Armen, Ph.D., Chairman and CEO of Agenus, who received the Wings of Hope Award. Good Morning America News Anchor, Amy Robach, served as the Mistress of Ceremonies. The event, which raised over $750,000, was hosted by Donna Karan, Gabby Karan De Felice, Bonnie Young, Jan Planit, and Latham Thomas. The 2016 benefit celebrated the renewal of spring and children everywhere. The evening included an award presentation of the Gold Star Award from New York Giant’s athletes, Victor Cruz and Jason Pierre-Paul, to 10 deserving heroes.
Meet Dr. Mark Souweidane from Weill Cornell Medical Center and listen in as we interview him and two childhood cancer families about his clinical trial that Solving Kids’ Cancer funded for children with brain tumors.
2015 proved to be a critical year for Solving Kids’ Cancer. Watch as we reflect on all of this year’s accomplishments including the opportunity to ring the closing Nasdaq bell to our exclusive interview with WCBS Radio and Newsweek. Thank you all for a remarkable year!
Solving Kids’ Cancer’s approach is to understand the research landscape, strengthen the science, cure, and care for the child. The GD2 T Cell Therapy trial at Texas Children’s Hospital is helping children with neuroblastoma like Kyra Kardong – listen to her story.