The D10 celebrates the brilliance of amateur athletes through world-class athletic events measured by their economic and social impact.
We believe once an athlete, always an athlete.
We believe competitive, inspiring leaders desire a grand stage where showcasing their athleticism is done for a reason far greater than personal glory.
Where the lights, cameras and roar of the crowd creates a magical atmosphere that helps every athlete perform at a level not otherwise thought possible.
We position every athlete for success and use powerful technology to connect every donor, every spectator, and every fan to a belief that sports is the gateway to solving one of mankind's most pressing problems -- curing pediatric cancer.
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Funds raised by The D10’s community support MSK Kids, Memorial Sloan Kettering’s pediatric program. MSK Kids is dedicated to all children, young adults, and families facing childhood cancer, with specialized expertise and care focused on the individual child, MSK Kids treats more children with cancer than any other hospital in the United States.
As pioneers in research, no one fights harder than their physicians and scientists to develop and deliver more effective strategies to prevent, treat, and ultimately cure childhood cancer—for the patients at MSK Kids, and for those everywhere.
Learn more about The D10’s support of MSK Kids here
Funds raised by The D10's community in San Francisco support the Pediatric Oncology Experimental Therapeutics Investigator's Consortium (POETIC), directed by Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford University. POETIC is a consortium of leading academic institutions across North America. The mission of POETIC is to promote the early clinical development of promising therapies for children, adolescents, and young adults with cancer and related disorders. This unique collaboration of renowned experts:
- Identifies new agents and treatments that may improve children's length and quality of life, increasing access to early clinical trials and new cancer therapies for the patients who need them most.
- Designs and conducts clinical research trials – allowing children to access otherwise unavailable therapies, close to their homes.