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Here are ways you can provide hope

Showing your support for members of the brain tumor community is simple. We are a not-for-profit 501(c)3, as well as a public charity, and donations made to the SBTF are deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. There are a plethora of ways in which you can provide hope, view them below and select where to make your gift to the Southeastern Brain Tumor Foundation.

Make a General Donation to the SBTF

General donations are used at the Foundation's discretion to fulfill the SBTF's mission to improve the quality of life for brain tumor patients and their families and to raise funds for brain tumor research so that a cure can be found.

Race for Research

Donate to the Race for Research event, a team, an individual, or register to join us! Learn more at sbtfRFR.com or download info on how to mail in your RFR donation. Funds raised are used for brain tumor research grants.

Muddy Duck Dash

Donate to the Muddy Duck Dash event, a team, and individual, or join us! Learn more at sbtfmdd.com or download info on how to mail in your MDD donation. Funds raised are used for brain tumor research grants.

Patient Initiatives

Help lighten the load for the brain tumor community. Funds donated are used to offer meal options, grocery delivery and offset treatment transportation expenses. The gift cards are distributed at local treatment centers as patients undergo treatment.

Voices of Hope Scholarship

Support students who have been touched by a brain tumor diagnosis to pursue post-secondary education by making a gift to the SBTF Voices of Hope Scholarship fund. Funds are distributed directly to the institution to cover tuition and books.

Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday is an international day of giving launching the Holiday season. It is held the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving and funds raised via this campaign are used to  provide support for the brain tumor community.

Fundraise Your Way

Create your own fundraising event to benefit the SBTF. Host a bake sale, plan a car wash or celebrate a special day. Funds raised will support the mission of the SBTF.

matching gifts

Employer Gift Match

Double your donation with your corporate matching opportunity! To see if your employer participates, please search the employer name when making a donation online. Be sure to enter your employer's name during the donation process for automated tracking of your matching gift.

What Is It?

Many companies want to support the causes that are important to their employees. So, these companies set up charitable giving programs through which they match employee donations to eligible 501(c)(3) organizations (nonprofits). Some employers’ donations are equal to the amount given by the employee, while other employers offer a variety of matching amounts. These donations are tax-deductible.

Volunteer grants are another form of gift matching. Some companies offer monetary donations to match the employees’ volunteer work. In these cases, companies will donate a certain amount of dollars per hour or a certain amount of dollars after many hours to the nonprofit organization. You don’t have to volunteer at the same organization where the money is donated.

Contact your Human Resources department to learn about your company's matching gift program.