The Band of Parents invites you to join us in the Benefactors’ Pavilion at the Barclays 2016 PGA Tour. You can watch the top 125 players on the PGA Tour compete in the comfort of a climate-controlled tent featuring indoor dining and outdoor patio seating. With your Benefactor’s Pavilion Tickets, enjoy the following: VIP parking passes (supply is limited!), full food & open bar, Shotlink scoring system, air conditioning and private restrooms. Click here for more information.
In honor of Father's Day, and joining the fight against neuroblastoma with Band of Parents, Humanitas Wines is offering up a vinous father and son pairing that changed the wine world forever – the 2012 'Willy's Vineyard' Cabernet Franc and 2012 'Four Popes' Cabernet Sauvignon.
Through Friday, June 17th, Humanitas will contribute 20% of all purchased from this offer to Band of Parents
The 5th annual Evening of Hope benefit took place at Marquee on May 4, 2016. The Band was thrilled to honor the Tepperberg family for their dedication to fighting pediatric cancer. The inaugural Jerome Tepperberg Award was given to Dr. Julia Glade Bender, for compassion and dedication to the care of our children and the advancement of pediatric cancer research. All of the proceeds from this very successful evening will go towards neuroblastoma research.
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WHO WE ARE
The Band of Parents is a member-based nonprofit organization with the goal of funding new therapies for neuroblastoma. Our mission is to seek projects that have already been examined in the lab and are in need of assistance to rapidly move into a patient population. Our main focus is at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC), however, at the discretion of the Board of Directors, the Band of Parents will fund any project which is consistent with our mission at any institution and subject to our project criteria as defined in our by-laws.
Ordinary parents, extraordinary circumstances. Bound by our determination to fight neuroblastoma, we come together on every front – at the bedside of each child during treatment, in support of the dedicated doctors at MSKCC, as well as other leading hospitals and in the communities where we live.
Together, we are Bound by Hope that a cure is out there and we want to make sure a cure is found for ALL children
John K. Bartosz Honored through the First Pediatric Immunotherapy Fellowship at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
The Band of Parents has announced The John K. Bartosz Memorial Fellowship in Pediatric Immunotherapy, the first-ever fellowship in pediatric immunotherapy at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, in honor of the late John K. Bartosz. Click here to read more.
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