Childhood cancer research receives less than 4% of its funding from the federal government? Kids deserve more than that. Help make a difference…Gold In September was founded by Annie Bartosz who lost her twin brother to cancer in 2012 and her father in 2016 to the long-term effects of cancer treatments he received when he was in his early twenties. She saw the nation turn pink in October for breast cancer and became determined to unite the country with the color gold in September to raise money for childhood cancer research and the development of new, less-toxic therapies. Annie knows it will take everyone to join in the fight to bring new and innovative treatments to those who need it most.

“We can’t win the battle against childhood cancer with only the wounded, that’s like trying to win the war with only the wounded.”–Annie Bartosz

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