The Strike 3 Foundation is a charitable agency that heightens awareness, mobilizes support, and raises funding for childhood cancer research.
Founded in 2008 by MLB pitcher Craig Breslow, the tenets of the Strike 3 Foundation had been in place for some time. More …
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Strike 3 Foundation supporter, Colin Shukie, is running a half-marathon to raise funds and help strike out cancer. (more)
- Wiffle Ball Tournament
Craig Breslow and the Strike 3 Foundation are hosting a day of WIFFLE® Ball competitions on October 10, 2015. Approximately 12 teams will participate at the event to be held at Little Fenway, Little Wrigley and Little Field of Dreams in Vermont, on a scaled-down version of the famous ballparks.
- 2015 Sip Happens
Sip Happens, an intimate evening of fine wines and premiere dining to help raise funds and awareness for pediatric cancer was be held on April 30, 2015 at the WGBH Studios in Boston, MA. More …
- 2014 Brewing with Breslow
The Strike 3 Foundation hosted Brewing with Breslow on December 12, 2014 at Hopsters Brew and Boards in Newton, MA. More …
- 2014 Play It Forward
The Strike 3 Foundation is very excited to announce that the winner of the 2013-2014 "Play it Forward" campaign is Maxwell Surprenant. Congratulations Maxwell! Maxwell's passion for helping others is clear; he completed 3 projects that made a positive impact in the lives of children fighting cancer. More …
- Red Sox Pitcher Craig Breslow’s Special Event Sip Happens Raises $250,000 for Pediatric Cancer Research
- Breslow’s third annual fundraising event set for April 30
- Strike 3 Foundation Announces Top Project of the “Play it Forward” Community Youth Initiative
- Breslow named Sox’s nominee for Clemente Award
Message from Craig
When I founded the Strike 3 Foundation in 2008, I did so with a compelling inspiration to reciprocate my good fortune. Privileged by a healthy and prosperous upbringing, yet forever touched by the childhood cancer of my sister, I now seek to raise awareness and support for this devastating disease.