The Pablove Foundation is a national 501(c)(3) pediatric cancer non-profit named after Pablo, a
little boy who lost his battle with childhood cancer at the age of 6. In 2009, his parents founded
Pablove with a mission to improve the lives of kids living with cancer through art and invest in
underfunded, cutting-edge pediatric cancer research. It’s what we call “fighting childhood cancer
with love”.
Pablove Shutterbugs is the evidence-based healing arts program that teaches children + teens
with cancer to develop their creative voice through photography. The national program is offered
at no-cost to families and has put cameras in the hands of over 2,000 kids with cancer across
the U.S.
Powered by Pablove research grants provide funding so the brightest minds in pediatric cancer can find the next big breakthrough. The Pablove Foundation has invested over $3.8M to researchers at leading institutions across the globe, with a net-total funding impact of over $17.8M to advance safer, less-toxic treatments, and ultimately cure childhood cancers.
Learn more at www.pablove.org