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Your Donation Makes a Difference!  Whatever you can give helps us get one step closer to a cure.  There are several ways to donate to the Warrior Jace Thompson Foundation. 

One-time Donation: Donate with any major credit card by clicking the Donate tab.

Monthly Donations:  You can set up a recurring monthly donation in any amount you choose by clicking on the Donate tab and setting it up on your PayPal account. You will need a PayPal account to get started. Click the yellow donate button to set up monthly donations.



By Check:  If you do not use credit cards or PayPal, you can mail a check to the following address:

                                                         Warrior Jace Thompson Foundation

PO Box 1396

Mount Pleasant, NC 28124


Honor a Loved One. When you make a memorial or honor gift, we will send your honoree or their family a card acknowledging your generosity.  


For all State of North Carolina employees: You can choose the Warrior Jace Thompson Foundation for your contribution through the State Employees Combined Campaign for 2024.  


A Facebook Birthday Fundraiser is an easy way to donate.  Just choose the Warrior Jace Thompson Foundation as your nonprofit. Be sure to share with all your friends.   


Check with your employer to see if they have a matching gift program!  If your employer requires a W-9 Tax Form, send a request, including the mailing address,  to:  


Tax deductible letters will be provided for donations of $200 or more. However, if you need a tax letter for a donation of less than $200, please email

Warrior Jace Thompson Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit


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You may also mail a check donation:

Warrior Jace Thompson Foundation 

PO Box 1396 

Mount Pleasant, NC 28124

Tax deductible letters will be provided for donations of $200 or more.

Should you need one for a donation less than $200 please let us know. 

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Drive Out DIPG Donation

The Warrior Jace Thompson Foundation is committed to finding a cure for DIPG. After losing Jace to a cancer that is so underfunded and unknown to many, our family is determined to assist the medical professionals who work tirelessly to find a cure.  We are committed to providing additional funding for DIPG Clinical Trial Research


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