How We Help
Today and beyond
We are truly grateful for all the unwavering support for the mission of the I Back Jack Foundation. Over the past 10 years, with the help of many, we have raised over $1.25 million in support of Neuroblastoma research and treatments. Now, we ask everyone to keep their hearts open and hope alive as we continue to "back Jack" by supporting G9. Together, we must color the world gold so very child, everywhere will survivor cancer.
As of July 1, 2016, the I Back Jack Foundation will begin the sunsetting process of closing operations as a separate Foundation and begin the transition to fully support Gold In September (G9). Learn more about Gold In September (G9), or donate directly to G9 here.
In 2014, we raised more than a quarter-million dollars, including more than $200,000 at the 6th Annual Back to School Event in September. One of the highlights from the event was a special matching gift appeal that raised more than $80,000 in just 15 minutes. This resulted in the Foundation's ability to fund the expansion of a Photofrin trial for pediatric brain tumors directed by Childen's Hospital of Wisconsin.
$100,000 grant to the Children's Oncology Group's Project: EveryChild
$60,000 grant to Children's Hospital of Wisconsin (NK Cell Trial)
$50,000 grant to Texas Children's Hospital (Dual Specific NK Cell Trial)
$50,000 grant to Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center ($25,000 from Danny's Fund)
Thank You to Our Participants, Friends, and Sponsors of the 5th Annual Back to School Event!
Because of you, the I Back Jack Foundation is helping to write a happy ending to the story of childhood cancer. The story continues and together we . . .
- Raised over $175,000 to support efforts in combating pediatric cancer
- Brought total raised in 5 years of the I Back Jack Foundation to $750,000
- Funded the immediate enrollment of the first patients in a new, cutting-edge clinical trial treatment developed by Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
- Helped realize Annie's dream of turning the world Gold in September (visit the G9 Project website for more information)
The I Back Jack Foundation was proud to grant $100,000 to Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.