Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation For Cancer Research
Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation for Cancer Research funds the best and brightest junior investigators whose research focuses on finding less toxic treatments for patients with leukemia, lymphoma, and related cancers.
Since its inception in 1996, the Foundation has funded more than $27 million dollars in grants making it one of the largest non-governmental sources of grant support to blood cancer research in the nation. On average, eighty-five cents of every dollar raised directly funds research.
The sister chapter, formed in 2012, provides support for blood cancer research at Great Britain’s leading research institutions. These efforts bring the Foundation’s total giving worldwide to nearly $28 million dollars.
In 2016, the Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation celebrates 20 years of transformations in cancer treatment and care. The Foundation honors Gabrielle’s legacy by funding the most creative ideas in cancer research with an eye toward getting treatments from the bench, to the bedside, to a cure.