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Our foundation is a founding member of DIPG DMG Research Funding Alliance (DDRFA). Fifty plus separate non profits and funds have come together to make grants for research, trial access and data integration or utilization. Grants are made twice a year. DDRFA members also fund the DIPG DMG National Tumor Board, a free resource to patient and providers.
Coalition Against Childhood Cancer (CAC2) is a collaborative network of nonprofits, corporations, and individuals from 41 states and nine countries, supporting and serving the childhood cancer community. CAC2 members effectively advance a variety of childhood cancer causes by unifying their efforts. They are engaged in advocacy, awareness, research support, family support and survivorship for childhood cancer.
Founded in 1970 by a dedicated group of parents of children with cancer, the American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO) is the oldest and largest grassroots childhood cancer organization in the U.S. and only U.S. member of Childhood Cancer International. We are dedicated to making childhood cancer a national health priority through shaping policy, supporting research, raising awareness, and providing educational resources and innovative programs to children with cancer, survivors, and their families. Our foundation is collaborating with ACCO in advocacy work at state level in California.
The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) advocates for evidence-based public policies to reduce the cancer burden for everyone. They engage volunteers across the country to make their voices heard by policymakers at every level of government. ACS CAN believes everyone should have a fair and just opportunity to prevent, detect, treat, and survive cancer.
The California Dialogue on Cancer (CDOC) is the cancer coalition established by California’s Comprehensive Cancer Control Program in 2002 that serves as the vehicle for comprehensive cancer control in California. CDOC is a coalition of individuals and organizations working together to reduce the burden of cancer in the state of California. CDOC is comprised of representatives from a variety of organizations, constituencies, and interest areas in cancer prevention and control. Representation of this diverse group includes state and local governments; private and nonprofit organizations; health, medical, and business communities, and academic institutions; researchers; cancer survivors; caregivers and advocates.