Pirate Day is an annual day of dressing up to raise awareness and vital funds specifically for childhood brain cancer research. Of all childhood cancers, brain cancer is currently the least treatable, with some types being considered incurable.
The only way to change that is if kind people like you band together to help fund vital research now. That’s why, during brain cancer awareness month each May, generous pirates dust off their swash-buckling best and gather as much treasure as they can for a great cause.
Since 2015, Pirate Day has raised more than $630,000 thanks to swashbuckling schools, community groups and businesses across the country. This incredible support helps The Kids’ Cancer Project provide funding for scientific researchers, who are busy making waves in the lab to turn the tide on childhood brain cancer.