We are proud to announce that we raised $70,000 at the 2018 Birdies for Childhood Brain Cancer Tournament on May 11th, 2018 at PB Dye Golf Club. We had a full field of golfers and 35 sponsors. A special thank you to our top sponsors including: Presenting Sponsor: Favor TechConsulting
We thought it was time for an update on Lilabean! This month marks the 2nd year anniversary of Lila being off of treatment. We are tremendously blessed and grateful. Last month, the doctors told us that we can push Lila’s MRI scans to every six months. This was big news
The 3rd annual Dancing Beans Dance-a-thon was a TREMENDOUS success! Over 200 children from many communities came together to raise $30,000 for childhood brain cancer research. Congratulations to our top three fundraisers- Tommy Doherty and Maddie and Liam Highfill. We are so thrilled to be able to give these children
Thank you to all who supported the 6th Annual Fall Ball- our biggest and most successful event to date
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
THE LILABEAN FOUNDATION AND WINNING WITH WYATT DONATE $105,000 TO THE CHILDREN’S BRAIN TUMOR TISSUE CONSORTIUM (CBTTC)
Summer Soiree fundraiser held in Kansas City generates $105,000 in financial contributions to accelerate pediatric brain cancer research Sept. 18, 2017 — The Lilabean Foundation and Winning With Wyatt are pleased to announce a donation of $105,000 to The Children’s Brain Tumor Tissue (CBTTC) to accelerate pediatric brain cancer research.
The Hare family’s world changed on Memorial Day weekend in 2016. A late-night trip to an emergency room led to a brain scan that revealed a tennis ball sized brain tumor that had finally put enough pressure on his brain to put him in critical condition requiring immediate surgery. Wyatt was rushed to Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago and into emergency brain surgery.
Jack first started exhibiting signs of an unusual illness as a fourth grader in August 2008. After a series of tests over several months that culminated with brain surgery in May 2009, Jack was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor called mixed cell germinoma. Jack started 16 rounds of inpatient
The 5th annual Fall Ball was a tremendous success thanks to our wonderful community of supporters and friends. With almost 200 in attendance, the event raised over $110,000 for pediatric brain cancer research. This is our biggest fundraiser to date.
This September 333 kids (11 every day) will be diagnosed with a brain tumor. These 11 fingers are in honor of the 11 new families that have learned their child has a brain tumor.