Team Sofia

Real Superhero’s live in the hearts of Small children fighting Big Battles…

On November 10, 2015, one month after her third birthday, and just 6 weeks after the birth of her brother, Sofia was diagnosed with B-Cell ALL Leukemia. From Day 1 we have experienced sadness, fear, uncertainty, exhaustion AND faith, love, happiness and joy. There is only one thing we know for sure, and that is that Sofia is the strongest person we know and we are so incredibly blessed to have her as our daughter! Her spirit, joy and laughter shine through every day, no matter what.

Over the past 10 months we have learned the awful world of pediatric cancer and we are determined to raise awareness for Sofia and every other superhero fighting today and in the future!

Please join us in our fight!!

About Team G Childhood Cancer Foundation:

“Team G Childhood Cancer Foundation is a national 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to supporting families fighting pediatric cancer and funding new and innovative treatments to ultimately cure childhood cancer.”

Team G Childhood Cancer Foundation was created with a two-part mission. The first part is providing direct support to families fighting childhood cancer. This is carried out through “Hope Totes” given to newly diagnosed cancer parents. These packages are distributed through many regional childhood cancer centers across the nation.

The second part is raising funds for pediatric cancer research. With less than 4% of the National Cancer Institutes total budget allocated to all 12 types of pediatric cancers, there is a great need for further resources to bring cutting edge cancer treatments to children fighting cancer. We are committed to serving our children until the day when no child dies or is left with life long effects from this devastating disease. Team G has partnered with some of the top pediatric cancer centers on the west coast including Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital, Seattle Children’s Hospital, and UCSC Childhood Cancer Treehouse Project to support clinical trials and childhood cancer research to fund less toxic treatments and ultimately find a cure.


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