The Warrior Jace Thompson Foundation is committed to finding a cure to 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.
Jace's Mommy speaks with WBTV's Alex Giles about DIPG and the importance of awareness.
Warrior Jace Thompson Foundation-
Drive Out DIPG
The Warrior Jace Thompson Foundation (WJTF) is a non-profit organization founded in honor of our precious 5 year old son, Jace Kinley Thompson, who courageously fought DIPG for 347 days. He left us on October 5, 2018.
The Warrior Jace Thompson Foundation Mission is to raise awareness of DIPG, an inoperable and aggressive pediatric brain cancer and to also provide funding specifically for DIPG Clinical Trial Research.
Determination. We are determined because the battle to Drive Out DIPG will be challenging but we will face the challenge with Jace's unwavering determination.
Inspiration. We are inspired by Jace and the other precious and beautiful children that deserved a chance to live.
Honor. We are led by our desire to honor the children lost to DIPG and those fighting it today.
Focus. We are focused on the responsibility for making educated and thoughtful decisions to increase the impact of the funds our donors so graciously give towards the goal of DIPG research.
Communication. We are committed to raising awareness of DIPG and the lack of funding for all childhood cancer research.
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Ways For You To Help
If you would like to donate, please do so by clicking the donate tab. Our fundraising efforts and online donations go specifically to DIPG Clinical Trial Research. The Warrior Jace Thompson Foundation, with your help, will continue our fight to end this evil known as DIPG. In-kind donations are also accepted for our various fundraising events
Jennifer is the mother of Jace, a child who lost his battle to Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma, also known as DIPG. DIPG is terminal upon diagnosis. She is available to speak at events and programs to help raise awareness of this devastating form of pediatric cancer.
Jennifer is passionate about her personal goal of educating the public about DIPG. She offers an inspiring and heartfelt message about the need for more research, funding, and support for pediatric cancer.
With her personal story, Jennifer hopes to motivate people to act and make a difference in the fight against DIPG. These children deserve a chance to live.