Pediatric Cancer Treatment Foundation
August, 1st, 2022

Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital, Duke University Hospital-Child Life, and HAVEN Children's received a box full of new Apple I-pads from the Pediatric Cancer Treatment Foundation to help establish their own PCTF I-pad Library Program.

2023 Riffle Freezer Match Fundraiser

​This past January a group, led by Steve Falk, held a Riffle Match in Philadelphia, PA to benefit the Pediatric Cancer Treatment Foundation.
Their efforts netted $950.00 to support kids undergoing cancer treatments.
The winner of the Match was Matt Zagorski (pic).
On behalf of our kids we thank the organizers and all who participated.

Pediatric Cancer Treatment Foundation helps children with cancer

The Pediatric Cancer Treatment Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit organization, devotes its energy to passionately advocate for children battling cancer. Find out how you can contribute to the future of a child in need through donations of money and time. .




those in need


for A CURE

"This program gives the kids the use of an I-pad while they are at the hospital getting treatment. They can stay in touch with friends, family and school work."- said PCTF Director Robert Trigueros-

"I love this program because once the kid using the I-pad gets to go home, the I-pad search history is erased and it's ready to be used by the next kid.
It is a gift that keeps on giving" [🙌].


Robert Trigueros

Executive Director.

Event Manager.

Business Owner.

Meet Our Team

Urgent Projects

2nd Annual Pediatric Cancer Ride

When:  Sunday, July 23rd, 2023

Where: Harley-Davidson of Asheville

             20 Patton Cove Road​

              Swannanoa, North Carolina

Starts 9:00 AM

​​Registration: $35 per rider / $15 per passenger.

Cancer doesn't discriminate and it is not seasonal, which is why our year-round fundraising drive gets so much attention. Donate what you can, because it will go a long way to saving a child.  Ask your friends and co-workers to join you and give hope to a child in need.

Our Mission

Learn more about Megan and how the Pediatric Cancer Treatment Foundation works for children who are fighting for their lives against a cancer diagnosis!

Sponsors: Harley- Davidson of Asheville, Hwy 191 Motorsports, Eurosport of Asheville, Hunter Power Sports, Farley Insurance Agency, EVS Sports, Appalachian Motorcycle Tours & Outdoor Center, Bird Worming Band, Bear's BBQ

Please mail a check or money order payable to Pediatric Cancer Treatment Foundation or PCTF to P.O. Box 1460, Murphy NC 28906.

Or use your credit card through PayPal by clicking the "donate" icon below .


Join Us

Myrna Castaneda



Joe Di Maggio Children's Hospital.

NEW 2016 VIDEO: featuring Megan.



Pediatric Cancer Treatment Foundation is a vocal advocate for children diagnosed with all forms of Cancer. We don't leave a stone unturned in our efforts to help give these children and their families better tools to cope with their difficult journey.

  • Silent Auction
  • Event t-shirts
  • Lunch available
  • ​Live Music
  • Short program
  • Great ride route

Find your inner power by helping others

2023 Kid's Bicycle Give away!

$20.00 per drawing ticket or 5 drawing tickets for $40.00
Get your tickets @

Cherokee Guns  1936 US64 W, Murphy, NC


Fannin Co. MX Series rounds, Mineral Bluff GA
Drawing on October 2023.
Don’t need to be present to win. 

Bike’s value is $800.00

Let’s put

an end to Cancer


Pediatric Cancer Treatment Foundation


Our local teams are on the move and working diligently to raise funds necessary to give our children a chance to live.  Find out more by contacting us or make your contribution now.

The Pediatric Cancer Treatment Foundation starts a new PCTF I-pad Librarry Program @ Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

​Monday, May 1st 2023

The Pediatric cancer Treatment Foundation starts a new PCTF I-pad Library Program at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia- Child Life Center.

This programs allows kids the use of an I-pad to keep up with friends, family and school while receiving treatments at the hospital.  Hospital staff also uses the I-pads as a teaching tool to explain diagnosis and/or procedure to the young patients and their family. 

This program was made possible by the donation as a result of the Charity Freezer Match held in Philadelphia PA earlier this year.

Our thanks to Steve Falk and friends for putting this together.