WE NEED YOUR HELP TO MAKE THE RESEARCH A REALITY.
Michael Gustafson would have turned 19 on November 16, 2016. His life was too short – but today, 4 years after his death, Michael is still touching lives and helping others.
In part, that’s because Michael chose to donate his brain tissue for cancer research. Too few families of children with brain cancer have this chance. But their tissue donations will make all the difference in the struggle against cancer.
Your gift to the Swifty Foundation helps fund efforts like the Post-Mortem Tissue Donation program being started by the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the Children’s Brain Tumor Tissue Consortium in partnership with the Swifty Foundation. That program is removing obstacles that keep grieving families from donating tissue to help those who will come after them. And it will multiply the results of pediatric brain cancer research across the United States and the world.