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Help Fight Childhood Cancer With B+

You Can Make a Difference. Get Involved.

The B+ Foundation® is about Kids Helping Kids Fight Cancer™. There are several ways for you to get involved:

Host a Fundraiser at Your School

Host a Fundraiser at Your School

Help fight childhood cancer by hosting a fundraiser at your school or university. Find out how kids across the country are making a difference.

Become a Sponsor

Become a Sponsor

Businesses, both big and small, play in important role in our work. Find out more about our sponsorship opportunities.

Plan an Individual Fundraiser

Plan an Individual Fundraiser

Everyone is capable of helping kids fight cancer. Learn about the different ways that you can support our mission.

Invite Joe to Speak

Invite Joe to Speak

Another way to support The B+ Foundation® is to invite Joe to speak. Joe gives inspiring speeches to a wide variety of audiences including church groups, companies and high schools.

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Wear B+ Gear

From T-shirts and jerseys to caps and sterling silver jewelry, The B+ Foundation® offers a wide selection of merchandise. Wear your B+ Gear and start a conversation about Andrew McDonough, B+ and the need to support the fight against childhood cancer. Spread the B+ message. Proceeds from the sales allow us to further our cause.

Make a Donation

Donating to The B+ Foundation is another way to fight pediatric cancer. You can quickly donate online with your credit card. Or kindly send your donations to:

The Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation®
101 Rockland Circle
Wilmington, DE 19803

The Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation is an IRS-certified 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We provide acknowledgement letters for your tax-deductible donations.

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My favorite part about The B+ Foundation is how personal it is. Being able to say that I know Joe McDonough, one of the most kind-hearted and humbling men I’ve ever met, is such a pleasure because I get to see first hand how our efforts at Emory, and schools across the country, benefit an organization that Joe and his family started so that no child has to suffer from such a horrible disease.  – Dan E.