The Robert E. Reed Gastrointestinal Oncology Research Foundation (The Reed Foundation) was formed in 2002 while Robert Reed was battling pancreatic cancer. Mr. Reed felt strongly that creating a focus on GI cancer research and patient care would accelerate the discovery of a cure.
Since its inception, the Foundation has significantly raised awareness and understanding about all gastrointestinal cancers. The first fundraising event, “Finish the Fight” Iron Bowl Party, was held in November of 2004. This annual event, as well as other endeavors, continue to produce financial support to fund research and patient care.
We invite you to become involved with the Reed Foundation and help us "Finish the Fight". Hundreds of people have joined our cause by helping us raise money, volunteer, and support our fundraising efforts.
The Reed Foundation is a non-profit organization under IRS tax code 501 (c)(3). As such, the Reed Foundation does not pay Facilities and Administrative (F&A) fees with regard to grants awarded.
Donate to the Robert E. Reed Foundation today!