From November 14th through November 28th, Jeff Gordon will personally match all donations to the Jeff Gordon Children's Foundation dollar for dollar up to $85,000.
Jeff's match will double any gift during that timeframe! This means your $20 donation becomes a $40 donation, your $50 donation becomes a $100 donation, and your $250 donation becomes a $500 donation.
This campaign will help fund the Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation Endowed Chair in Cancer and Blood Disorders at Levine Children's Hospital in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Your donations will help support a new pediatric cancer research lab opening in 2018, and will help launch clinical trials to improve the treatment and diagnosis of cancer and blood disorders.
Don’t wait to take advantage of this matching opportunity, give today and double your impact --> https://www.jeffgordonchildrensfoundation.org/levine/.
Your donation will ensure that kids in the Charlotte region will have access to world-class care and a shot at beating cancer.
In late September 2017, the Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation committed to the establishment of a $2 million endowed chair in support of academic and research efforts at Levine Children’s Hospital in Charlotte, N.C. An endowed chair gives a doctor flexibility to pursue his or her research when financial resources for groundbreaking investigation are limited.
Javier Oesterheld, MD, the Specialty Medical Director at the Levine Children’s Hospital Torrence E. Hemby, Jr. Pediatric Hematology, Oncology and Blood and Marrow Transplant Center – fondly known as “Dr. O” – has been named the first Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation Endowed Chair.
“Cancer remains the leading cause of death from disease in children in the United States, and better cures for children with cancer will only come through research,” said Gordon, chairman of the Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation. “I’ve never faced anything on the racetrack as tough as childhood cancer. I won’t stop until we beat it.”
— Jeff Gordon
“I am deeply grateful for the support of the Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation and their commitment to research – but even more so for their passion to improve the lives of pediatric cancer patients in our region,” Dr. O said. “This gift will prove instrumental in supporting our new pediatric cancer translational research laboratory which will open in 2018 at Levine Cancer Institute, and launching clinical trials designed to enhance treatment and diagnosis of cancer and blood disorders.”