The amazing circle of love and support that formed around Elizabeth Minter during her illness made it possible to launch the Children’s Brain Tumor Project — a research program aimed solely at rare and inoperable brain tumors that strike children. It’s a sad fact that major funding sources don’t support pediatric brain cancer research — they are simply too rare — but it’s gratifying to see families step up to fill the void. After all, who knows better than the families and friends of our children just how cruel these tumors are? And who could be more committed to finding the answers — to creating hope?
Elizabeth’s Hope is now in its fifth year, and in that time we’ve had other families join this effort. We’re confident that we’re seeing a nationwide movement start to take hold — families joining forces to raise awareness and funding for the Children’s Brain Tumor Project. You can find out more about each of these amazing families by clicking on the logos and links below.