Twelve consecutive 4-star charity ratings

(out of 4) by Charity Navigator, a leading charity evaluator


Platinum-rated charity by GuideStar

The V Foundation has awarded over $353 million in cancer research grants

1,258 grants at 163+ institutions


We have funded over 1,260 grantees

including those who have been funded more than once


V Funded researchers have collectively published over 3,000 publications from their funding

and have been cited by other researchers more than 290,000 times


Blood Cancers

Funded almost $71 million, for Leukemia, the 5-year relative survival rate has increased from 33% in 1975 to 65.7% between 2012-18.
Breast Cancer

Funded nearly $34 million, Breast cancer death rates have been decreasing steadily since 1989, for an overall decline of 43% through 2020.
Lung Cancer

Over $27.5 million funded. Lung cancer death rates declined by 51% from 1990 to 2017 among men and 26% from 2002 to 2017 among women.

Over $12 million funded to date. Cancer death rates declined 52% from 1993 to 2017 among men.
Pediatric Cancer

Nearly $84.6 million funded. 85% of children (0-14) and 87% of adolescents (15-19) with cancer now survive 5 years or more. Overall, this is a huge increase since the mid-1970s, when the 5-year survival rate was about 58%.

Nearly $35.8 million funded. The death rate has dropped by 50% 1992 to 2020.
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