Who We Are
Founded by Callae Brownstein, CBeyondcancer's mission is to partner with and fund organizations that help families see beyond emotional and financial obstacles to focus on fighting cancer. Our ultimate goal is to help cancer patients and their families build their inner strength and fortitude during a time of tremendous adversity where they can focus on healing instead of other obstacles. CBeyondcancer does this by supporting organizations that fund emotional support services and provide direct financial assistance to patients and their families. Since its inception, CBeyondcancer has raised nearly "325,000" for families struggling with cancer.
CBeyondcancer, a charitable tax exempt 501c(3) organization, partners with and funds organizations that help families see beyond emotional and financial obstacles to focus on fighting cancer.
CB Luxe & CBeyondcancer also contribute to these amazing foundations:
WIZO, the Women's International Zionist Organization, is a non-party international movement dedicated to the advancement of the status of women, welfare of all sectors of Israeli society and encouragement of Jewish education in Israel and the Diaspora.
Race to Erase MS, dedicated to the treatment and ultimate cure of MS. Funding research is the core focus of the Foundation and all funds raised support our Center Without Walls program, a selected network of the nation’s top MS research centers.
PHASE ONE, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting Phase I clinical research and treatment programs for patients with cancer. It was founded in 1999 by Stacy and Alberto Valner with a group of friends, all couples with young children who, either themselves or a close family member, had been diagnosed with cancer.
The Foundation for Living Beauty, provide free services to help women living with cancer and cancer survivors address the stresses that extend beyond their medical diognosis.
The Carousel Ball, Proceeds for this event benefited the programs of the Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes (BDC). The Center currently cares for over 6,000 children and adults with diabetes.