Your investment in our mission ensures that we keep all our programs and services free for every child fighting cancer. There are many ways to make a donation to Kids Cancer Alliance.
Planned gifts are easy to make and have a lasting impact. Consider making a bequest, naming Kids Cancer Alliance as the beneficiary of your life insurance policy or retirement account, establishing a named endowment fund, or funding a Charitable Remainder Trust.
There are many ways that corporations can support Kids Cancer Alliance: sponsorship of fundraising events, matching employee giving, and directing charitable dollars to fund specific programs.
To initiate a stock transfer, provide your broker the following: Kids Cancer Alliance, 611 W. Main Street, Suite 300, Louisville, KY 40202, 502-365-1538 or complete this form.
Donating cryptocurrency is a non-taxable event, meaning you do not owe capital gains tax on the appreciated amount and can deduct it on your taxes. This makes Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency donations one of the most tax-efficient ways to support your favorite cause. You can donate Bitcoin, Ethereum, ChainLink, Litecoin, and more.
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To learn more about how we can meet your specific needs while fulfilling your charitable goals, please call our office at 502-365-1538 or email email@example.com.
The Collin Cancer Fund for Children is a designated endowment fund at the Community Foundation of Louisville created in memory of Collin Truitt Poynter to benefit Kids Cancer Alliance.
At the age of seven, Collin Truitt Poynter was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, an aggressive children’s cancer that is typically found when children are very young. Collin started treatment at University of Kentucky’s Pediatric Oncology Clinic in conjunction with professionals at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center’s Oncology Division. Throughout 2001-2003, Collin underwent a stem cell transplant, four rounds of chemotherapy, and two rounds of radiation. In 2004, he was treated at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia with two MIBG treatments, an intensive form of radiation. Collin lost his courageous battle on September 22, 2004 at only 11 years old.
Two years before his death, Collin started raising money to give back to the numerous organizations and individuals that helped him in his fight because he believed his mission was to help other kids with cancer. The organization was originally called “Collin’s Classic for Children with Cancer” and raised money through fundraisers and gifts from family and friends before and after Collin’s passing. In June of 2014, the board of directors decided they could do more for children with cancer by working with Kids Cancer Alliance and created the “Collin Cancer Fund for Children” at the Community Foundation of Louisville. The Collin Cancer Fund for Children benefiting Kids Cancer Alliance ensures Collin’s legacy lives on.
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