D. Geller & Son is proud to be partnering with CURE Childhood Cancer to find better treatments and support families fighting cancer. You can help children with cancer by purchasing a piece of jewelry from the CURE collection at D. Geller & Son. A percentage of proceeds from each CURE collection purchase is donated right back to support CURE's efforts.
The Cure collection At D. Geller & son
about cure childhood cancer
CURE is dedicated to conquering childhood cancer through funding targeted research while supporting patients and their families. CURE is here to help shine the light on the realities of childhood cancer, emphasizing the importance of life-saving research, and joining together to make a difference for children diagnosed.
The situation is urgent – incidence rates are rising, and cancer remains the leading cause of death by disease for children. That’s why CURE invests millions in critical research that will lead to safer and more effective cures for kids, and there are many ways you can help.
The international awareness symbol for Childhood Cancer is the gold ribbon. Gold symbolizes a precious metal of the highest worth. There is nothing more precious and valuable than our children, so gold is the perfect color to represent childhood cancer awareness.
Help Fund Research
CURE invests more than $4.7 million annually in promising research. They have funded $38 million of research in the last 12 years.
Text Geller To 44321
Join us in the fight! Text to donate by sending the word "Geller" to 44321 Or donate online by clicking the link below:
CURE's Impact Since '10:
CURE has impacted families by funding research, providing financial assistance, and serving meals in hospital.
D. Geller & Son is Proud to partner with cure
One of the pillars of D. Geller and Son’s culture since Dan Geller started the company in 1939 has been giving back to the community. Supporting a cause like CURE that will impact generations is a perfect way for D. Geller & Son to continue that tradition and support Atlanta families in their struggles with childhood cancer.