W elcome to Lolo’s Angels. Lolo’s Angels, Inc.’s mission is to fund life-saving research for pediatric cancer research, sponsor blood and bone marrow drives, raise awareness for pediatric cancer, and serve kids and families through their cancer journey. Lolo’s Angels, Inc. has pledged $100,000.00 to the NEW Children’s Hospital Survivorship Clinic.
To date, Lolo’s Angels, Inc. has:
- Donated $90,000.00 to pediatric cancer research
- Conducted 54 bone marrow drives
- Donated over $21,000.00 worth of toys & games to Children’s Hospital in Omaha, Nebraska
Lolo’s Angels, Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit. Donations are tax-deductible.
Donations to Pediatric Cancer
Bone Marrow Drives Conducted
Toy and Game Donations
Our Recent News and Events
Lolo's Angels Holds "Search For The Cure" Scavenger Hunt on April 28, 2019 This first time event was a huge success for Lolo's Angels! Thank you to the participation of our wonderful teams for such...
Please Enjoy Photos from our "Backyard Bash" Oktoberfest 2018 Copyright © 2019 Lolo's Angels, Inc.Lolo's Angels, Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit. Donations are tax-deductible.Site Design by Modern...
Bone Marrow Registry For KrewPlease come help show support for the Andersons, and see if you are a match to help baby Krew. This is truly the 1 way you can help them through this extremely difficult...
Thank you to everyone helping us meet our goal!
Your donations help Lolo's Angels Inc fund life saving research for pediatric Acute Myelocytic Leukemia (AML), sponsor blood and bone marrow drives, and raise awareness for pediatric cancer.
Please consider donating today. Every single dollar helps!
Our Goal for 2019.......... $65,000
Our Current Progress...... $36,353
Thank you helping us reach our Goal!
Please take the time to view this video from Target Pediatric AML
Target AML - Overview video
AML is one of the poorest prognosis pediatric cancers. Help us accelerate a key research initiative to speed personalized, precision therapies to desperate infants, kids, teens and young adult patients ages 0-35. Over 80% of AML cases are diagnosed in adults over 60, so most research is focused in seniors. But, AML is biologically different in younger patients. The TpAML initiative is the Children's Oncology Group's "highest potential and greatest need" AML research project. The goal is to understand the drivers and vulnerabilities of this devastating leukemia in young people leveraging the power of genomic sequencing. Check out our video, learn more and get involved -- https://cog-foundation.networkforgood.com/projects/18979-target-pediatric-aml > The Children's Oncology Group is the world's largest organization dedicated to pediatric cancer research > TpAML is a volunteer-run, grassroots effort to inform and encourage collaboration among friends, families and foundations of all sizes, nationwide, to speed this promising discovery work (contact us with questions!)Posted by target pediatric AML on Monday, January 23, 2017