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2018 tax deductible donation

Consider making an end-of-year tax deductible donation to Journey4ACure! We are all VOLUNTEER, no paid salaries, all funds support – research, ipad program and create advocacy for childhood cancer research!  HOW TO DONATE: 1 – FACEBOOK – You can hit the donate button on facebook 2 – WEBSITE – through the donate button below 3 [...]


Kids need your voice! The incidence of childhood cancer is steadily increasing.  Today 1 in 285 kids will be diagnosed with cancer before they reach the age of 20. Childhood cancer is the #1 disease related killer of kids in the U.S. Despite compelling statistics, the National Institute of Health (NIH) persists in refusing to [...]

Each day 43 children are diagnosed

Make Childhood Cancer Research a Priority

Please tweet, email, call, write Congress and tell them that childhood cancer research should be a PRIORITY in the Federal budget not an afterthought! The Federal Government spends billions on research each year, your tax dollars at work, despite compelling statistics childhood cancer research is at the bottom of the list in terms of funding priorities, [...]

Go GOLD for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month


Please plan to join us, participate, advocate and we need SPONSORS and VOLUNTEERS too, for more information or if you can help please contact September 1, 2013 – CureFest on the Mall in Washington, DC October 7th – 4th Annual Declan Carmical Golf Tournament

Immunotherapy Research

In 2011 Journey4ACure selected Dr. Michael Jensen, and his work at Seattle Children’s, as our research of choice.  Over the past 4 years Journey4ACure has provided $215,000 for Dr. Jensen’s immunotherapy research program. We recently received a letter from Seattle Children’s advising that J4AC support has helped moved them to Pre-Clinical Trials for Immunotherapies. We are [...]

Where Does the Money Go?

Journey 4 A Cure was formed with several goals. As part of our 501c3 application to gain non-profit status with the IRS our objectives were stated as follows: 1. To raise money to fund research. 2. To raise awareness and galvanize the public to support efforts to advance research for a cure. 3. To provide [...]

Journey 4ACure is inspired by Declan Carmical