Our impact

Patient Support

Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation is committed to funding family support programs that improve patient’s quality of life during treatment.

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There are multiple types and countless subtypes of childhood cancer, and each requires specific research to develop the best treatment. Advances in science have presented new opportunities for targeted treatments that will improve efficacy and lower toxicity, but those opportunities require careful and costly study.

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Access to care

In 2011, Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation partnered with Partners In Health alongside the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, to establish and continuously advance oncology services in an equitable way at the Butaro Cancer Center of Excellence in Burera District, Rwanda.

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Jeff Gordon Children’s Hospital

Jeff Gordon Children’s Hospital is a 53-bed hospital on the campus of Carolina's Medical Center-NorthEast, offering highly specialized, exceptional pediatric care. Jeff Gordon Children’s Hospital offers intensive care and a wide range of sub-specialty services.

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Get Involved

Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation works with the very best leaders and hospitals in the field of pediatric health to ensure every donation dollar is put to the best use.



Raised to-date in support of children battling cancer. Join the fight by making a tax-deductible donation.




You can help us raise funds by designing your own fundraiser, hosting a Kick-It game or by shopping AmazonSmile and eBay.

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Win Jeff’s Ride


Raised through the Corvette Raffle program in support of pediatric cancer research, access to treatment and patient support programming.

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Service Programs

“It takes a village to raise a child.”

Help improve the lives of children while they are in treatment by joining the Promise Circle or Quilting programs.

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Jeff at work

“Even more impressive than Jeff’s remarkable racing career is his commitment and passion to helping children with cancer.”

~ Peter C. Adamson, MD
Chair, Children’s Oncology Group