The Lilabean Foundation Dance-A-Thon


Kids helping kids find a cure for pediatric brain cancer

Friday, January 26 from 6:30-8:30pm
St. Andrew Apostle School
11600 Kemp Mill Road. Silver Spring, MD

Pre-K to 4th Grade

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Lilabean Foundation Fall Ball 2017

Thank you to all who supported the 6th Annual Fall Ball- our biggest and most successful event to date raising $140,000 for childhood brain cancer research.

The venue was packed with over 300 people in attendance and many more who contributed from afar. Brain cancer warrior, Willie Hughes was the recipient of Jack Preston Purssord Courage Award. This video was presented during our program of events. We are extremely grateful for all of the support from our community.


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LBF and Winning with Wyatt Donate $105,000


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Lilabean Foundation and Winning with Wyatt

THE LILABEAN FOUNDATION AND WINNING WITH WYATT DONATE $105,000 TO
THE CHILDREN’S BRAIN TUMOR TISSUE CONSORTIUM (CBTTC)

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LBF is aligned with the Brain Tumor Institute at Children’s National Medical Center to support their research efforts as well as those at the Children’s Brain Tumor Tissue Consortium (CBTTC).


The Lilabean Foundation (LBF) was founded in 2011 to help find a cure for the nearly 4,000 children a year who are diagnosed with brain cancer. Over the past six years, LBF has raised $450,000, which has been donated directly to research efforts at the Brain Tumor Institute at Children’s National Medical Center.

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11 CHILDREN A DAY are diagnosed with a brain tumor


LBF Mission

About the Lilabean Foundation

The Lilabean Foundation (LBF) was founded in 2011 to help find a cure for the nearly 4,000 children a year who are diagnosed with brain cancer. Over the past six years, LBF has raised $450,000, which has been donated directly to research efforts at the Brain Tumor Institute at Children’s National Medical Center.

In addition to wanting to help find a cure for the 30+ types of pediatric brain cancer, LBF is also dedicated to finding safer and more efficient treatment options. In addition to raising funds, LBF seeks to raise awareness of the severity of pediatric brain cancer and the funds needed to sponsor critical research.

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Our Progress

Thanks to our generous supporters, since The Lilabean Foundation began fundraising in the fall of 2012, we have raised over $450,000 all of which has been donated to The Brain Tumor Institute at Children’s National Medical Center.

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