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Who We Help

  
Currently, there is no cure for DIPG.
 
The average life expectancy for a child with DIPG is 6-9 months.
 
Thanks to advances in technology, biopsy and tissue samples are becoming more available. This information is helping researchers craft new treatment plans designed to fight specific components of DIPG.
 
Every great idea requires funding to make it a reality. PFK awards grants in order to get funding directly to researchers in the field.
   
  
No St. Jude patient ever receives a bill for health care, food, or lodging.

St. Jude patients and their families consider Memphis a safe haven thanks to cutting edge treatment and staff that is second to none.

St. Jude is one of the leading research facilities in the world in the fight against DIPG. They also share their findings publically, so children all over the world can benefit from their research.
  
  
A portion of the PFK budget is earmarked to give back to the local community.

Scholarships, grants for teachers in the local school system, and grants for local city municipal projects are some of the ways the PFK Foundation gives back to the community.

PFK strives to keep functions and fundraisers close to home in order for tax dollars to stay local.

Giving back to the community that supports our efforts is important. We cannot do this alone!
  
What Is DIPG? 
Community Projects
Helping kids is our primary goal. That is why we have a number of programs designed to help meet kids needs.

Kayleigh's Closet
Providing necessities like coats, shoes, and snacks

S. O. S. - Support Our Schools
School Supplies for less fortunate kids
Scholarships for graduating High School seniors
Classroom grants for teachers

Kayleigh Christmas
Providing Christmas for less fortunate kids

As we grow our community outreach will grow as well. We know that together we CAN make a difference!



Why We Fight