American Brain Tumor Association Will Match Donations on #GivingTuesday

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On Tuesday, November 27th, brain tumors will meet their match. All donations made through The American Brain Tumor Association (ABTA) will be matched dollar for dollar.

#GivingTuesday is a global event fueled by social media and other forms of collaboration. Celebrated on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, it kicks off the charitable season of holiday and end-of-year giving.

“This day will definitely be a highlight in our 45th anniversary fundraising effort,” says ABTA President & CEO Ralph DeVitto. “We’ve been pulling out all the stops to make this year’s day of giving bigger and better than ever.”

On #GivingTuesday, ABTA donors can choose to have their gifts matched in one of three ways:

Donate to Research

The Bradley Benton Davis Memorial Foundation is generously matching all research-restricted donations up to $25,000.

Donate to Patient Services

The Pat McDonald Scholarship Fund and Abbvie are generously matching all patient services donations up $26,000 to provide financial assistance to patients and their loved ones to attend the annual Patient and Family Conference.

Donate to Area of Most Need

Novocure and an anonymous donor are generously matching up to $55,000 in unrestricted donations.

Also, any brand new donations will be matched up to $200,000.

“I continue to financially support the ABTA because I see the value of the research and patient care that are the pillars of the association,” says Fern Bomchill, who created the Bradley Benton Davis Memorial Foundation in honor of her son. “Every gift helps.”

To donate, visit abta.org/give.

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