Pediatric Cancer Foundation honors Neil Canell and Jay Canell for their longstanding commitment to serving the community including families dealing with pediatric cancer.

We proudly recognize Gia Gentile and Gio Toribio for their bravery through their diagnosis and treatment. Their determination, strength, and boldness through pediatric cancer is a testament to their inner soulful strength.  These two young people wholeheartedly deserve our first PCF Courage Award. This honor was created to recognize a child’s courageous spirit in the face of one of life’s biggest challenges, pediatric cancer. 

SPONSORSHIP LEVELS:

GALA SPONSOR- $25,000

  • 25 Tickets and reserved VIP seating
  • Logo/Name on invite and all signage, event materials and Pediatric Cancer Foundation website
  • Premiere Journal Ad location (Front INSIDE COVER OR Back INSIDE/OUTSIDE Cover) 
  • Recognition in PCF Newsletter that is distributed to over 5,000 individuals and businesses
  • VIP tour of a PCF funded pediatric oncology hospital

 

EVENT SPONSOR - $10,000

  • 10 Tickets and reserved VIP seating
  • Logo/Name on all signage, event materials and Pediatric Cancer Foundation website
  • Premier Journal Ad location (Inside First Page/Last Page)
  • Recognition in PCF Newsletter that is distributed to over 5,000 individuals and businesses 
  • VIP Tour of a PCF funded pediatric oncology hospital


EVENT LEADER - $5,000

  • 4 Tickets and reserved seating
  • Diamond Journal Ad
  • Logo/Name listed in event program


EVENT SUPPORTER - $2,500

  • 2 Tickets
  • Platinum Journal Ad
  • Logo/Name listed in event program


FRIEND - $1,000

  • 2 Tickets
  • Gold Journal Ad


INDIVIDUAL - $250

  • 1 Ticket


JOURNAL AD
(E-mail your ad text and/or any art work to pedcanfdn@gmail.com)


$1000 Full Page Gold Journal Ad

$500   Full Page Silver Journal Ad

$250   Full Page Bronze Ad

$100   Name listed in website

Pediatric Cancer Foundation is a non-profit organization which funds treatment, research projects and acquisition of state-of-the-art equipment needed in the field of pediatric cancer research and surgery at the following hospitals:

  • NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital
  • Memorial Sloan–Kettering Cancer Center
  • Stephen D. Hassenfeld Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at NYU Langone Medical Center
  • Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital at Westchester Medical Center 
  • Feinstein Institute of Medical Research – Northwell Health 
  • Comer Children’s Hospital, The University of Chicago Medicine & Biological Sciences.