We Believe In A Cure
Our mission is to provide financial support to families of children with cancer, raise awareness for pediatric cancer, and help find a cure by funding Rhabdomyosarcoma research.
We’re here to help in more ways than one. The Daniela Conte Foundation is here for your whole family as you and your child fight pediatric cancer.
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We support the research team at CSHL, now exploring the causes and potential treatments for Rhabdomyosarcoma (RMS). Our daughter, Daniela passed away from this rare cancer, which is what led us to take an active role in finding a cure.
The Daniela Conte Foundation would like to ease the financial stress that accompanies a cancer diagnosis. Let us help you endure this challenge.
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The Daniela Conte Foundation is about helping kids fight cancer by providing financial support to families of children with cancer and fund pediatric Rhabdomyosarcoma research by raising money through events like 5Ks, Galas, corporate partnerships, merchandise sales, and more.
47 kids are diagnosed with cancer every school day and 49 kids die from cancer every week.
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We are committed to keeping our expenses low, so that we can help more families battling childhood cancer.
We work hard to put $0.95 of every dollar donated to our programs, helping 150 families in 2022 alone.
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Address: Daniela Conte Foundation
64 Randolph Dr.
Dix Hills, NY 11746
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Daniela Marie Conte was born in Manhasset, Long Island on July 24th, 2011 at 5:55pm, weighing 6 lbs 3 ozs and 19 ½ inches long to first time parents Anthony and Katia Conte.
Daniela came into this world like a ray of sunshine. As an infant, she was an extremely happy baby. She had these big brown eyes, an incredibly sweet smile, and an adorable giggle that would make you melt. So, it didn't take long before she had us wrapped around her little finger...
These are our heroes.
They're a part of our story.
The general public doesn’t realize the magnitude of problems faced by children and young adolescents with cancer and those who survive their cancers.