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May is Brain Tumor Awareness Month!  Donate now to support brain tumor patients and their families.

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Charitable Shopping

Help support ABTA programs and research through Charitable Shopping.

The companies listed below graciously donate a portion of product sales to our organization. So go ahead, forget the guilt and shop for a cause.

Interested in partnering with the ABTA? 

Review our Cause Marketing Guidelines and Application 

Contact: Lily McNally to learn more.

ABTA Official Merchandise

Shop ABTA’s official apparel and accessories on Bonfire. 100% of proceeds go back to ABTA. ABTA is a verified non-profit on Bonfire.com, where you can shop tees, tanks, sweats, mugs and more. Or create your own design on Bonfire to benefit ABTA.

Curly Girl Publications

What My Brain Has Taught Me is a teaching memoir of hopeful service for those living with and through brain tumors, surgery, and/or injuries as well as for those who love and care for them. Written by Rev. Regina Maria Bernadette Cross, MS. 5% of each book sale will go to American Brain Tumor Association.

Life Lived By Design

A diagnosis with a meningioma in 2017 launched ICF credentialed, Life Coach Brittany Salsman into a life-long relationship with post-traumatic growth. “The Examined Life Workbook” is a manifestation of this journey in an effort to help others experience growth without trauma – what she calls non-traumatic growth. 10% of all profit from the sales of this workbook will be donated to the American Brain Tumor Association.

Ray's Seasonings

Ray Prudnick, Jr, creator of signature “Ray’s Rub,” passed away in 2019 from glioblastoma. His family appreciates the work the ABTA does in the community and will donate a portion of sales from any purchase of Ray’s Seasonings to the ABTA.

The Donut That Roared

What is that “obnoxious, noisy donut?” The Donut that Roared written by Joan Yordy Brasher and her nephew, Jackson Grant, a pediatric brain tumor patient, helps other young patients to better navigate their experience with the MRI machine. One dollar from each book sold benefits the ABTA. When ordering, please note you want your purchase to support the ABTA.

The Legend of the Pomegranate Tree

This story introduces the concept of infertility to children. It is a gentle tale written in the form of a legend, encompassing the concepts of diversity, equity and inclusion. It focuses on the strength of women and seeks to instill hope in the reader. Written by 2023 ABTA research grant recipient, Soma Sengupta, MD, Ph.D., MBA, FRCP (UK), FAAN, FANA. 100% of proceeds from the book sales are donated to American Brain Tumor Association’s Adolescent and Young Adult Program.

 

PayPal Giving Fund

When you sell items on eBay, you can give a percentage of your proceeds to the ABTA for each item you list. As a participating seller, your generosity is rewarded with special eBay Giving Works features to help you attract more bids and higher sale prices. The ABTA will receive recognition in the listing and receive a percentage of the sale.