Compassion, transparency, and impact drive everything we do at The Charlie Landers Foundation.
Our team leads with compassion and integrity, putting the needs of those affected by Ewing’s Sarcoma at the forefront of everything we do. We strive to make a positive difference in their world by improving outcomes and quality of life.
We are committed to open communication and accountability, ensuring that our supporters and beneficiaries understand how their contributions are making a difference.
We strive to make a tangible impact on the lives of those affected by Ewing Sarcoma by investing in research, treatment, and support programs that improve patient outcomes.
We strive to build community both locally and nationally by holding a wide range of annual events. These events raise funds for new research & treatment protocols.
We embrace innovation and progress, supporting cutting-edge research and the development of new treatments and therapies for Ewing’s Sarcoma.
We empower individuals, patients and their families to take an active role in the fight against Ewing’s Sarcoma by providing them with helpful resources that make a tangible difference.
Join us in the fight against Ewing’s Sarcoma by exploring the many ways you can get involved and make a difference. Whether you donate, sponsor a comfort kit, or participate in an event, your support helps us improve the lives of those affected by this rare and devastating pediatric cancer.
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Our success is ultimately measured by our ability to empower patients to strike out Ewing’s Sarcoma. In our first year we allocated over $350k to four high impact grants in the ongoing search of a cure. Our next fundraising target is to raise $400,000 for our 2024 grant cycle.
Join us in our mission to raise awareness, provide critical support to pediatric and young adult patients, and fund research to find a cure for this devastating disease by making a donation today.