2020 Event Cancelation

10/27 Update:

To date, our CBCC Supporters have contributed $18,159 towards our goal of $20,000. During this last week of baseball we would appreciate all and any contributions to assist us in meeting our 2020 Fundraising Campaign.


9/15 Update:  We are pleased to let you know we are now at $ 17,820.37, towards our stretch goal of $20,000. Let’s keep pushing to get all the way to 20K!


8/31 Update: We are pleased to announce that due to our supporters we have reached and exceeded our $15,000 Goal and are now at $16829 and growing! We are now moving towards reaching our Stretch Goal of $20,000 and we are optimistic with the support of all of you and friends you share this with we will. All the Best and remember we are all in this together!


8/15 Update: We are pleased to update you on our progress towards obtaining our goal of $15,000. Over these first two weeks of our fundraising campaign, we have received $8,600 in donations!

We appreciate your support in helping us achieve or exceed our goal.



Dear CBCC Supporters:
50 years is a long time without any interruptions unfortunately this streak must end. After several discussions amongst our Executive Board and consulting with the Hospitals, Twin Orchard, and others we have chosen to cancel this year’s Chicago Baseball Cancer Charity Invitational Golf Tournament on July 13th. The most important thing is the safety of all of us. Though the tournament is canceled for this year, our fight against cancer and the research continues. We would appreciate your continued support by contributing to the CBCC. We are asking for your donation to support our
programs at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Lurie Children’s Hospital, and Camp One Step.

Please donate via the button on our home page banner.

If you would like to mail your donations, send it to:
Chicago Baseball Cancer Charity
PO Box 2865
Glenview, Illinois 60025
In the past 50 years, we have donated nearly 18 million dollars to Northwestern Memorial and Lurie Children’s
Hospitals and the Lurie Cancer Center. We also support Children’s Oncology Services. These funds have gone to
the following:

  • The Nellie Fox Cancer Care Unit Chicago White Sox Surgical Oncology Program
  • The Clinical Oncology Fellowship Cancer Biology Training Program
  • Bill Veeck Cancer Unit Cancer Research Program
  • Stem Cell Transplant Unit Camp One Step

We have scheduled our 51st tournament on July 12th, 2021. We look forward to seeing you there next year and
for the next 50 years!
Please stay in touch with us on our Facebook Page Chicago Baseball Cancer Charities, you will receive updates
and ideas to contribute to one of the longest-running charities in the Chicagoland area.
Thank you for your continued support,

Howard Kaplan, Bob Pierce, and Gene Hiser