When Valerie Goldstein lost her battle to cancer at the age of 9, her parents Ed and Sue vowed to help families in similar situations gain easier access to more customized care.

All About the Fund

The Valerie Fund supports comprehensive health care services focusing on psychosocial programs for children with cancer and blood disorders close to home.

About What We Do
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Your participation, time or financial gift ensures that children get everything they need to receive the most effective treatment.

Ways to Help
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Our unique blend of medical care and emotional counseling gives patients and their families the supportive environment they need during treatment and beyond.

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Supporting children with cancer and blood disorders since 1976


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How would YOU make the Walk even better?

Posted by The Valerie Fund on 6/28/19 10:47 AM

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Thank you to all of our TVF families, friends, and supporters! Your hard work and dedication to our Valerie Fund kids have helped us reach our $1,000,000 goal for the 2019 Valerie Fund Walk & JAG-ONE Physical Therapy 5K!

Did you attend the Walk & 5K? We'd love to get your feedback so we can make next year's Walk & 5K even better than this year's. Click the button below to take a short survey and give us your thoughts on what you loved and what you'd love to see.



If you would like to relive the fun of Walk Day, check out the video below from Shoestring Productions. 

And don't forget to save the date for next year's Walk & 5K!

We'll see you in Essex County's Verona Park on June 13th, 2020!

Topics: verona, walk, walkathon, community events, new jersey

The Power of Giving

Learn more about the ways you can help. 

Join in the fight against childhood cancer and blood disorders: donate, participate in an event, or volunteer your time. Our philosophy is that to truly heal the children whose care we are entrusted, we must treat them emotionally, socially, and developmentally, as well as medically.


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