Raising money to fund childhood cancer research.
Scott Carter was a 13-year old boy who died in December of 1993 after a courageous three-year battle with bone cancer. Read more of Scott’s Story here.
The Scott Carter Foundation was formed to help make Scott’s dream a reality. Over the last 15 years, the foundation has raised more than $1 million through donations and fund raising events including an annual golf tournament. The foundation has funded more than nine two-year research fellowships at institutions including M.D. Anderson, Huntsman Cancer Institute, Texas Children’s Hospital, Children’s Hospital of Denver, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, Duke University Medical Center and Duke University Children’s Hospital. Read more about the children’s cancer research we support.
It’s that time again. Time to get our team together for the 2014 Walt Disney World Marathon and Half-Marathon Weekend. We are hoping for even more participants this year!
The Scott Carter Foundation is excited to announce that we are teaming up with the Walt Disney World Marathon to help raise money and bring awareness to the need for pediatric cancer research. Join us for a weekend of races that are as Magical as they are Memorable- from Disney’s Health & Fitness Expo to running through all four Theme Parks. Win medals of Mickey Mouse and his friends!
Save the dates of January 9-12 and lace up your shoes. Participants will be asked to raise a minimum of $1500 for The Scott Carter Foundation Children’s Cancer Research.