Our fund will support innovative research which will deliver impactful interventions to improve the early diagnosis and treatment of life-threatening infections common in blood cancer patients, and help advance treatment options for all types of ALL (acute lymphoblastic leukaemia).
Your support will help us to raise awareness, develop clinical expertise and help find a cure for leukaemia and life threatening infections.
100% of all donations will be paid towards research and specific projects, enabling research into the causes, behaviour and treatment of cancerous cells and the provision of equipment and facilities to children in hospital.
For our first research project, we have partnered with the University of Exeter and the world-renowned MRC Centre for Medical Mycology to create the Noah's Pink Balloon Fellowship, which has a funding target of £110,000.
To support research into the underfunded areas of paediatric haematology/oncology to help save lives and promote the care, protection and treatment of children diagnosed with this devastating disease and who remain highly susceptible to infections during treatment.
To further research and develop understanding of all types of ALL (acute lymphoblastic leukaemia) and rare yet deadly fungal infections including Aspergillus and Mucormycosis by providing funds or grants for research into the causes, behaviour and treatment of cancerous cells and the host immune system.
We want to raise awareness of childhood cancer and provide support to children and their families undergoing treatment.
To do something positive for others and honour the wonderful and brave boy, brother, grandson, cousin and friend, our son Noah was.