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During its inaugural year, Eli Manning was inspired by the many scout troops, schools and youth sports teams raising money for Tackle Kids Cancer. To date, our partners have helped us raise more than $2,500,000. Every dollar goes directly to fund research and programs at the Children’s Cancer Institute at Hackensack University Medical Center, so he created Eli’s Challenge to support their efforts. Learn how Eli is donating $100,000 to match these community group’s fundraising, and inspire more groups to join the team. Here is how you can get involved...
It is truly inspiring to see how many schools, scout troops and youth sports teams have done bake sales, car washes and other fundraisers and I want to inspire more of these groups to join the team - Eli Manning
Over the last year, numerous organizations have helped Tackle Kids Cancer. Check out our featured groups and learn more about how they are taking Eli's Challenge.DONATE TO A TEAM
Rebecca, known as “Becca Boo” by her friends and family, was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Becca says she is “allergic to cancer” and is fundraising for Tackle Kids Cancer by collecting pennies.Rebecca's story
7-year-old Matthew has been battling leukemia. He feels people should support Tackle Kids Cancer and help “kick cancer’s butt.”Matthew's story
Three years ago, 10-year-old Daniel was diagnosed with cancer. Daniel is now 13 and got to celebrate his bar mitzvah cancer-free.Daniel's story