How You Can Help

Make a Donation
Thank you for considering a contribution to the Children's Tumor Foundation. Your donation directly supports neurofibromatosis research and helps ensure that the most promising projects are thoroughly funded and explored.
Give a Memorial or Honor Gift
The Children's Tumor Foundation can send a note in recognition of your memorial or honor gift. If you would like us to do so, please complete the following information.
Legacy Society
The Legacy Society was established to recognize all those generous individuals who have advised us that they wish to make ending NF part of their personal legacy through a bequest in their Will, life-insurance gift, or other planned gift.
Matching Gifts
Many employers throughout the United States have programs to match the charitable contributions of their employees. These programs can double and sometimes even triple your Membership or gift.
Family Funds
You can establish an ongoing partnership with the Children's Tumor Foundation by establishing a Family Fund. A Family Fund is a program in which your family, friends, and business associates can make gifts to the Foundation and credited to your family.
Join your Local Chapters or Affiliate
The Foundation has a presence in nearly all 50 states and facilitates patient support groups, medical symposia, and fund raising events. Learn more about the Chapter or Affiliate in your area.
NEW Rx Discount Program
Customers can receive up to 75% savings on more then 400 potential prescriptions. Review the list to see if you can save on prescriptions you fill every day.
NF Endurance Team
NF Endurance offers the opportunity for individuals to participate in team endurance sports to raise money for research, promote awareness, and provide a network of caring support for those suffering with neurofibromatosis and their families. Learn more and sign-up today!
Racing4Research
A powerful fundraising initiative built around the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona, R4R gives volunteers an opportunity to attend the most popular auto endurance race in the country while raising funds for NF.
Tea For NF Program
Hosting a Tea for NF is a simple way to positively impact the lives of those living with NF. Raise funds for a cure while enjoying a cup of tea with friends and family. All proceeds will go directly to research and patient support to better the lives of individuals living with NF.
NF Walk Program
Is a national fundraising program of the Children's Tumor Foundation that supports NF research, raise awareness, and provide support for individuals with NF and their families. A key feature of the Walk program is that it is a community-based event, organized by local volunteers, with teams comprised of five to ten members. NF Walk offers the opportunity for those affected by NF, their families, friends and neighbors, in fact, whole communities, to join together in what is a truly enjoyable event, while raising funds for NF research. Click to find a walk in your area.

Advocacy
Securing federal funding for NF research is one of the most important parts of our mission. The Foundation and its volunteers are active participants in the legislative process, and welcome everyone to join in this vital program.

Cupid's Undie Run
Putting the "hilarity back in charity," Cupid's Undie Run is a one mile fun run in which participants race in their underwear, outdoors, on Valentine's Day weekend.

Attend a Medical Symposium
A Medical Symposium is either a half or full day meeting designed to disseminate accurate, up-to-date medical information to patients and families, healthcare professionals, educators, and other service providers relevant to NF.
Road Scholar Transport
We are proud to be a designated charity of the Road Scholar Awareness Campaign. Find out how to show your support.
Hope for the Holidays
Submit a video and tell us what you are grateful for.
NF Store
CTF and NF Endurance merchandise is now available at our all-new store!

Contact Us

Children's Tumor Foundation
120 Wall Street, 16th Floor
New York, NY 10005-3904

Phone: 212-344-6633

info@ctf.org