Donate to Team SWOOP Away Brain Tumors for Scholarships, Research & Financial Assistance

Over 86,000 people in the US are living with a primary brain tumor. Another 60,000 people are estimated to be diagnosed in 2019. Patients, Survivors & their families NEED YOUR HELP in this fight..

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Over 86,000 people in the US are living with a primary brain tumor. Another 60,000 people are estimated to be diagnosed in 2019. Patients, Survivors & their families NEED YOUR HELP in this fight..

Team Lindblom SWOOP Away Tumors

Team SWOOP Away Brain Tumors is a team of Lindlom HS classmates who advocate for brain tumor awareness. We want to support patients, families and friends who have dealt with or are dealing with this condition. The Mary E. Smith Foundation, Inc. is an organization that is bringing awareness to this fight and supporting patients & families on their brain tumor journey.

Team SWOOP Away Brain Tumors is raising funds in support of this 501c3 nonprofit charity. MESF has three dedicated programs for the brain tumor community. They are the FIND-A-CURE, AIM HIGH and SAVE-A-LIFE initiatives. These programs fund research, provide scholarships and give financial support to brain tumor patients and their families. 


Through community fundraising events, MESF has contributed over $80,000 towards the fight against brain tumors. They are dedicated to making a difference by spreading awareness about this devastating condition. Your SUPPORT is instrumental to the success of these endeavors. So please choose to DONATE to our team supporting the MESF vision to one day live in a world where brain tumors do not exist...period.

DONATE then REGISTER for the 10th Annual Mary E. Smith Brain Tumor 5K/10K Fun Run/Walk taking place in the suburbs of Chicago at the Country Club Hills Community Walk Path on July 6th @ 8am located at 4200 W. 175th St. Visit www.maryesmithfoundation.org to get started. The brain tumor community thanks you!

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