Providing moments of family unity.

The Ryan Callahan Foundation brings unforgettable experiences to children battling cancer. Our goal is to give these kids and their families an exciting escape that they can enjoy together, far from their daily hardships. We believe these special moments of togetherness have the power to elevate each family’s hopes and spirit.

Our story

The Ryan Callahan Foundation is a non-profit organization established in Tampa, Florida by Ryan and wife, Kyla, to make memorable experiences a reality for newly diagnosed pediatric cancer patients and their families, those in the depths of their fight and continuing the relationship with families who are bereaved.  The foundation focuses on the family unit as a whole, providing moments of escape to strengthen a families bond, allowing them to persevere through the stressors pediatric cancer has forced their family to endure.

After the Callahan’s move north in 2020, they have planted their roots in Rochester, NY and have established their second branch of the Ryan Callahan Foundation.  We are proud to say we are now running all of our programming in both cities, striving to assist  more pediatric cancer patients and their families.

The Pediatric Cancer Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to funding research to eliminate childhood cancer. Our focus is to fund research to find less toxic, more targeted therapies by partnering with leading hospitals nationwide.

The Pediatric Cancer Foundation (PCF) relies on five primary sources of funding for its financial support: individual contributions, corporate contributions, planned giving, grants, and fundraising events.

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The 1Voice Foundation, a 501(c)3 non profit children’s charity, focuses on bringing all resources together for pediatric cancer families in the Tampa Bay area, under the roof of one foundation, the cause, the care and the cure. The mission of the 1Voice Foundation is to provide educational, psychosocial and financial resources through our family support programs while funding pediatric cancer research at our pediatric cancer research lab at the College of Medicine at the University of South Florida.

We work directly with the medical and psychosocial staff at many of Tampa’s finest hospitals.

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The Children’s Cancer Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving families of children who have cancer or chronic blood disorders.


With over 24 support programs and services currently helping over 900 families, support is offered to all members of the family and is available throughout every step of their difficult journey.


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Beat Childhood Cancer drives childhood cancer research and raises awareness, making a difference in kids’ survival today. Our vision is to change the story for the next family by finding viable treatments and ultimately, cures for childhood cancers.


We will beat childhood cancer through innovative clinical trials and precision medicine attacking childhood cancers. We’ve built a national research consortium, now 50 children’s hospitals strong, where research and clinical trials are happening.


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