To fund research in support of the groundbreaking work necessary to find cures for all forms of pediatric brain tumors.
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Founded in 2005
Erin Cordry founded the Pediatric Brain Tumor Research Fund in 2005 after her son Max was diagnosed with medulloblastoma. After getting her son through the harsh treatment and participating in a clinical trail that saved his life, she has dedicated her time to making sure further research is funded to save the lives of other children and ultimately find better and curative treatments. Max recently graduated from college with honors.
Over $5M and Counting
PBTRF has raised over $5M with 100% going to pediatric brain tumor research. We are grateful to the many donors and volunteers over the years that have made this possible and are looking forward to continuing to support and have an impact.
SEATTLE CHILDREN’S GUILD
We are a member of the Seattle Children’s Guild Association. As a member of this guild, we support the great work and research that Seattle Children’s is doing to battle childhood brain cancer.
“We could not realize these goals without guild support. Guild members keep showing up and saying yes, and we couldn’t be more thankful.”
– Dr. Mike Jensen, director of the Ben Towne Center for Childhood Cancer Research
The PBTRF Team
Sheryl Kennedy, Kristie Berg, Lisa Owen, Margaret Havens, Debbie Rochefort, Paula Reeves, Heather Hughes, Sarah Oschner, Sara Bleadsoe, Jaimie Sigesmund, Jeff Aamodt, Mary Wood