Our relentless mission is to eradicate Ewing sarcoma.

Today

Remaining vigilant to the needs of
suffering adolescents and their families

Tomorrow

Providing collegiate scholarships for
Ewing sarcoma warriors and survivors

Until It’s Gone

Funding promising
Ewing sarcoma research

FUNDING RESEARCH

We strive to identify and support the most promising research surrounding Ewing sarcoma. With the help of our Medical Advisory Board, who have dedicated their brilliant minds and professional lives to the pediatric cancer world, we vow to contribute financially, physically, and mentally to the study of this disease until we find the way to beat it.

Since 2013, we have awarded more than

$800,000

in Ewing sarcoma research grants and we won’t stop until it’s gone.

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR SURVIVORS

Moving forward. Achieving dreams. Tomorrow’s leaders.

Saxton, 18

 

Texas A&M University,
Civil Engineering

 

“I am matured by almost losing my life and humbled by the chance to live again. Cancer has given me the means to see the beauty that life offers and to let go of the trivial; and for that, I am truly thankful.”

 

Carlie, 18

Worcester State University,
Communications

 

“I have been through a lot more than the average eighteen year old. I know what I want in life and my struggles have only made me more ambitious, more ambitious to brighten this world, even if just a shade.”

 

Carlie, 18

Worcester State University,
Communications

 

“I have been through a lot more than the average eighteen year old. I know what I want in life and my struggles have only made me more ambitious, more ambitious to brighten this world, even if just a shade.”

 

Ben, 22

 

Rutgers University,
Communications

 

“Facing death has given me a new lease on life and has taught me many more valuable lessons. For one, I have realized that it is important to always live in the present and cherish every moment you have with your friends and family, because all of that can be easily gone tomorrow.”

 

Ben, 22

 

Rutgers University,
Communications

 

“Facing death has given me a new lease on life and has taught me many more valuable lessons. For one, I have realized that it is important to always live in the present and cherish every moment you have with your friends and family, because all of that can be easily gone tomorrow.”

 

YOU CAN HELP!

 

Host your own fundraiser, with the proceeds benefiting 1 Million 4 Anna Foundation.

 

 

8th ANNUAL TEXAS CELEBRATION DINNER & GOLF TOURNAMENT

 

Discover more about this sell-out, Top 25 North Texas Charity Golf Tournament event. Registration opens soon!

 

 

NEW ANNA'S CLOSET

 

With assistance from a 1M4A scholarship graduate, the 21st Anna’s Closet, at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital in Michigan, received its first delivery.

 

 

2019 Q2 Video Recap

Are you ready for some laughs?

Register now for the 1st Annual Improv Night co-hosted with Micaela’s Army on Thursday, July 25 at Addison Improv. You don’t want to miss it!

Meet Anna

Anna had planned to attend college, maybe join a sorority, and perhaps someday counsel individuals with alcohol and drug addiction. After Anna was diagnosed with Ewing’s, many of us found ourselves searching for something to do or some way to help. Initially, we found that the best thing we could do for Anna was to pray for her.

With that in mind, the idea for 1 Million 4 Anna was born.

Today. Tomorrow. Until it’s gone.

- ANNOUNCEMENT -

1M4A will conclude its efforts at the end of 2019

DETAILS HERE
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