Since starting our Foundation in September 2017, Maggie’s Mission has raised and donated almost $450,000 to Memorial Sloan Kettering. 100% of this funding has supported vital pediatric cancer research, specifically a ground-breaking Malignant Rhabdoid Tumor research study. 

Pediatric sarcomas are very rare bone or soft tissue cancers. There are more than 50 unique subtypes of sarcoma, including MRT, each of which may respond to a different targeted therapy. One way to personalize treatment is immunotherapy, which harnesses the power of the immune system to attack cancer cells. 

Maggie’s Mission is the sole funder of a game-changing MRT study at MSK. 

Thanks to donations to Maggie’s Mission, Dr. Alex Kentsis and Dr. Srikanth Ambati launched this new study that investigates the links between the genetics of MRT and treatment effectiveness. This data can then be used to match patients with specific mutations to the appropriate immunotherapy treatments and clinical trials, giving new hope to children battling this incredibly rare cancer. 

We all share a common goal: to cure children and help families fight childhood cancer. Maggie’s Mission and its supporters are critical in making this happen. Click the links below to read about the research currently being done and research we will fund going forward thanks to the generous grant Maggie’s Mission received from the St. Giles Foundation

Our financials to date:

With your help, we have raised over $700,000 since starting our foundation in September, 2017.

What we are doing

Maggie’s Mission fully funded $282,426 towards our first research project on Malignant Rhabdoid Tumors at Memorial Sloan Kettering.

In January of 2019, Maggie’s Mission was awarded a $300,000 research grant by the St. Giles Foundation to be used to further the research on “MRT" started at Memorial Sloan Kettering by Dr. Alex Kentsis.


Provided $31,258.72 in financial assistance to local families affected by a pediatric cancer diagnosis.


Donated $3,000 from Harborfields High School event "Music for Maggie" to two Harborfields High School students.

Ronald McDonald House in NYC

Serving meals at the Ronald McDonald House in NYC - $6,127.