Fred's Team Impact

Impact

Fred’s Team runners make an impact that goes beyond the finish line.

Fred's Team

Over $95 Million Raised

Since 1995, Fred’s Team has raised more than $95 million for critical cancer research at Memorial Sloan Kettering, and with every mile and every dollar, this powerful community continues to make an impact. Fred’s Team participants get to choose the area of cancer research to support, and the research and clinical trials they fund are bringing new and better treatment options to countless people around the world.

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Supporting Leaders in Cancer

Fred’s Team raises critical funds for research at Memorial Sloan Kettering. As one of the top cancer hospitals in the nation, the research conducted at MSK makes a difference in the lives of people around the world. Watch the below video to hear from MSK's Physician-in-Chief, Dr. Lisa DeAngelis, about how philanthropy gives people with cancer new and better treatment options.


 

The Aubrey Fund for Pediatric Cancer Research

Aubrey Barr

Since 1997, Fred’s Team has been the primary source of funding for the Aubrey Fund, named after Fred’s Team runner and pediatric cancer survivor Aubrey Barr. This initiative provides essential support to MSK Kids, the pediatrics program at Memorial Sloan Kettering, and funds groundbreaking therapies, advanced research, and next generation treatment options for the youngest cancer patients.

Watch the video to hear Aubrey Barr's story as a pediatric cancer survivor and why the Fred’s Team and Memorial Sloan Kettering communities mean so much to her.