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We Stand United

Helping kids fight cancer. There is no place for hate in our community. The stakes are too high.

Advocating for kids fighting cancer. Funding critical research. Honoring Carson Leslie's final wish to "help the next kid."

Let Us Be Clear
At Carson Leslie Foundation, we celebrate diversity, champion equity and inclusion, and advocate tirelessly for policies that serve and benefit all. 

The word “philanthropy” means “love of mankind.” Thank you for being philanthropists with us, as we open our hearts wider to show our love for one another and our community. Let us commit to this, together, and to the actions that will turn our words into reality.

We stand with you, our partners, donors, and grantees working to build more equitable communities. Thank you for helping us share our collective power, voice, and resources with all who need it, without fearing what we might lose, because we have everything to gain.

Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?' 

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Our Community

We're taking time this month in our social media channels to talk about our community. Our supporters, our donors, our sponsors, our volunteers, and most of all, our cancer warriors: YOU are our community.

And we couldn't do it without you. 

This week, with the help of National Charity League, Mockingbird Chapter, we delivered and pillows with pillowcases to the young patients at Children's Health-Dallas. The pillowcases are imprinted with one of our favorite quotes from Aesop's Fables:

"No act of kindness, no matter how small, ever goes to waste."

Every single thoughtful note, donation, and time commitment makes a huge impact on the lives of the families we serve--and with so many people supporting our efforts, we find ourselves encouraged, too. 

No one ever said that fighting cancer would be easy. But with your help, we are going to move mountains. And we're going to do it together.
Carson's Book
Carson Leslie
Carry Me

"I wish to make a difference, and I know others my age want to do the same. Maybe after they read my book they will discover how to live the struggle."

Carson kept a journal to chronicle his battle against cancer. Carry Me was published six days before his death in 2010. Since then, Carson's book has inspired countless numbers of people by giving a voice to the children who are fighting cancer.

Carson Leslie Foundation


6810 Deloache Avenue, Dallas
Texas 75225 United States

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