2019 Charlotte Beneficiaries

All-In to Fight Cancer is honored to pledge proceeds from our 2019 fundraiser to five worthy charities — each of which share a mission supporting local cancer communities, healthcare providers, patients, and families.

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The Isabella Santos Foundation is committed to raising $5 million to fund the ISF Rare and Solid Tumor Program at a local Charlotte children’s hospital. This breakthrough program is designed to research and treat ten deadly pediatric cancers and will allow the hospital to expand their clinical trials and recruit a team of national experts in rare and solid tumors.

The Paula Takacs Foundation invests in sarcoma research and clinical trials conducted at a local Charlotte cancer and children’s hospital, in search of cutting -edge treatment options -- and ultimately a cure -- for sarcoma sufferers.

Novant Health's Patient Navigator Program guides cancer patients and families through the complexities of cancer diagnosis and treatment, working with physicians and other healthcare professionals to provide compassionate care and support. 

The GoJenGo Foundation provides financial assistance and emotional support to patients and families battling breast cancer in North and South Carolina, providing aid during diagnosis, treatment and recovery.  The GJG Foundation also promotes awareness of treatment options for individuals diagnosed with inflammatory breast cancer, and provides financial assistance to organizations and medical professionals conducting research for the advancement of inflammatory breast cancer diagnosis and treatment. 

ChemoCars provides free roundtrip transportation to chemotherapy, radiation, and non-surgical cancer treatments at Verified Treatment Centers. All-In’s contributions to ChemoCars in 2018 resulted in over 1,700 rides for cancer patients to or from cancer treatment in Charlotte, NC.