Helping families while they wait for the cure.
A nonprofit organization aimed at providing non-medical financial support to families living with the effects of pediatric brain tumors.
Robert "Bobby" Terry Jr.
The establishment of the Robert F. Terry Jr. Foundation was inspired by the compelling story of Robert “Bobby” Terry, an eight-year-old boy from Walpole, Massachusetts. In December of 2000, shortly before his third birthday, Bobby was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Over six years of chemotherapy, surgeries, radiation and countless hospital stays, Bobby, his parents, and his three younger siblings showed resilience beyond most people’s imagination.
Like most families with children suffering from brain tumors, Bobby endured the physical effects of his brain tumor, but his entire family shared in its impact.