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International Licensing Industry Merchandisers’ Association members
The International Licensing Industry Merchandisers’ Association (LIMA) is an important part of CBTF’s family. LIMA’s contributions are directed entirely to research with no deductions for administrative or management costs.
Your contributions have already funded a number of research grants. This year and in the future your contributions will support a truly ground-breaking research effort.
CBTF is creating a multi-institution tissue bank of pediatric brain and spinal cord tumor tissue to enable researchers world-wide to collaborate on research and speed a cure. The scope of this effort and our commitment to create a publicly-accessible database is truly without precedent.
Only with LIMA’s support will this happen!
A modest monthly contribution will make an enormous difference to LIMA’s $1 million annual commitment and $3 million 3-year commitment to CBTF’s research initiative.
Also consider emailing this page as a link to your employees friends and suppliers. Their individual contributions will also make a big difference, and their gifts will be credited to your total giving if they identify your company as their solicitor.
Thanks again on behalf of the kids, families and survivors of the toughest children’s cancer!
Please note: We use a nonprofit service to process our credit card transactions. GIVEDIRECT is the name that will appear on your credit card statement - not Children's Brain Tumor Foundation. Using a third party helps us keep our costs low and allows us to spend more time and money on our programs.
A Special Message from Miriam Barry
CBTF board member and LIMA charity committee member. read>
Children’s Brain Tumor Foundation Announces Novel Tissue Bank Consortium to Speed Treatment and Cures for Pediatric Brain Tumors and Cancer
Initiative will add value to research process by promoting collaboration, common standards. read>