Advancing the fight against pediatric cancers.

The Mason Chandler Allen Memorial Foundation (MCAMF) was founded to advance the fight against osteosarcoma, the most common bone cancer affecting children and adolescents. The MCAMF seeks to develop compassionate youth leaders and recognizes exceptional youth in the Neshaminy School District who demonstrate the enduring traits of the Foundation’s namesake – a deep compassion for others and academic excellence. It also funds college scholarships for graduating seniors who are osteosarcoma survivors.


About Mason

Mason Chandler Allen Memorial Foundation was founded in honor of its namesake, a 13-year old honor student, athlete and compassionate leader who lost his battle with bone cancer.


The Foundation

Mason Chandler Allen Memorial Foundation was established in April 2017 to raise awareness and funds for osteosarcoma research, and to fund youth scholarships to encourage compassion among youth.


Support Our Cause

The mission of the Mason Chandler Allen Memorial Foundation depends on the generosity of like-minded individuals who want to ensure that children live healthy, happy and long lives. Please donate today.

The Mason Chandler Allen Memorial Foundation is committed to:

  • Awarding scholarships to youth who demonstrate the values and characteristics of Mason Chandler Allen.
  • Creating opportunities for young people to engage in community service and teach them to become compassionate leaders.
  • Increasing awareness and advocate for improved policy and greater funding for pediatric cancer research.
  • Raising funds to advance research leading to better treatment and outcomes for children and youth diagnosed with Osteosarcoma.

To learn more about the foundation and its mission, see our brochure.


Our Events

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5th Annual Steps Toward the Cure

COVID-19 may have stopped us from getting together as a large group, but it hasn’t stopped pediatric cancer, in fact, it has made the treatment of a deadly disease even more difficult. Access to treatment, delays in treatment, and susceptibility to the virus pose unprecedented threats to children and teens diagnosed with cancer. Cancer doesn’t take a break so neither can we. We still need to meet our annual $10,000 fundraising goal to support our ongoing research – in partnership with the Children’s Oncology Group – and quality of life projects. Please contribute to our efforts by donating and asking others to do the same. And don’t forget to let your employer know if it has a matching gifts program. That could double (or more) your donation.

If you would have otherwise registered for the walk/run, bought some merchandise, and participated in the raffle, we will gladly accept a donation representing what you would have spent with us!

We are dedicating the months of November and December to raising funds for Pediatric Cancer Awareness. For those who want to walk or run, going virtual also means that no one has to commit to a particular date.

We are asking that you make a donation (Give button) and share the link with everyone in your friends and family circle so they can do the same. You can even create a team (Signup button). No donation is too small or too large!

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