Elizabeth’s Hope was founded because certain rare brain tumors, including gliomatosis cerebri, simply don’t receive the funding so desperately needed to find a cure. The Weill Cornell Pediatric Brain and Spine Center believes no family should face such a diagnosis without hope, so it is taking on a leadership role in attacking these devastating cancers. The significant costs of this groundbreaking genomic technology and the research team mean that we need your help.
Donate By Check
You may make your gift with by check, payable to:
Weill Cornell Medical College
Please indicate “Elizabeth’s Hope” in the memo area.
(Use the Printable Gift Form)
Please mail checks to:
c/o Roseann Henry
Weill Cornell Pediatric Brain & Spine Center
525 East 68th Street, Box 99
New York, NY 10065
Make a Secure Online Donation
Other Giving Options
Sponsor a runner, walker, dancer, or rider — so many of our wonderful friends are organizing fund-raising events that are in need of sponsors. See a list of current fund-raisers, with our thanks to past fund-raising heroes.
If you would like to discuss corporate matching programs, donations of securities, or other options for giving, please contact Ana Ignat, Department Administrator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
OTHER WAYS TO HELP:
Elizabeth’s friends and family have provided amazing support and strength through this difficult time, donating their time (and sweat!) as well as money. We need help organizing fund-raisers, getting the word out, and raising awareness of these deadly cancers. If you’re willing to help, or if you have an idea for a fund-raising event, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Tessa Naso, at email@example.com.
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