Tanner was an inspirational and courageous young man who battled cancer most of his life. This foundation was founded to honor Tanner, all he stood for, and to positively impact the lives of children afflicted with tumors of the brain and spine by raising funds to impact research in this field. Tanner lived in Denver, Colorado with his parents and sister. He received treatment at the highly acclaimed Children’s Hospital Colorado. Tanner’s family are strong supporters of Children’s Colorado and are active in raising awareness and support for pediatric brain tumor patients. Tanner was truly a champion in the eyes of many and his fight against his disease has provided uplifting support and inspiration for so many people who knew him.
The Tanner Seebaum Foundation was founded by Matt and Stephanie Seebaum, Tanner’s parents, Ellie, Tanner’s sister, and a small group of dedicated friends and family members in order to do something more for children who are tragically faced with the diagnosis of a brain tumor. The foundation strives to fund medical research that will lead to a cure for this terrible disease. While there are many different types of brain tumors and cancers, it is important that promising research continues in all areas. This foundation places special emphasis on the treatment of Ependymoma and Glial tumors of the brain and spine.
We hope that you will find The Tanner Seebaum Foundation important enough to support either through financial donations, volunteering, or just spreading the word about this important cause. We would be delighted to hear from you and encourage you to contact us should you need additional information or just to share your thoughts. You can contact us through the contact form on this website.
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