Genre Baker (like Henry with a J) was 8 years old when he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL).

While Genre was very sick, he asked his parents to help him buy video games for all the cancer kids on the 9th floor at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. Genre had a big heart and big dreams to help others. In 2009, just five months after his cancer diagnosis, Genre’s Kids With Cancer Fund was formed.

We are a 501c3 dedicated to helping families fighting childhood cancers and being treated at Children’s Hospital in Pittsburgh.  Our Fund has grown abundantly through the years and we now assist families financially, emotionally, and spiritually – in any way we can.

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What We Provide

Genre’s Kids with Cancer Fund is committed to assisting families battling childhood cancers in any way we can – emotionally, financially and spiritually. Our burden has been bearable because of our faith. It is our most sincere desire to show families suffering through childhood cancers that there is hope. LEARN MORE

Get Involved

Genre’s Kids with Cancer Fund is a 100% volunteer organization. We are truly grateful to every single person who works countless hours and gives their encouragement, ideas, support and prayers to allow us to reach out to families and children with cancer. There are many opportunities for you make a difference. We would love for you to join our team! LEARN MORE

News

7th Annual Golf Outing

March 23rd, 2016|Comments Off on 7th Annual Golf Outing

7th Annual Golf Outing. Edgewood Country Club. May 16, 2016 $160 per golfer 10:00 Shotgun Start 9:00 Registration Scramble Format Please join Genre and Genre’s Kids with Cancer Fund for our 7th Annual Golf Outing

Day 2

May 27th, 2009|Comments Off on Day 2

Today I picked the name of my web site to be FBI. It means Firm Believer in Jesus. My friend and future wife, Breanna, gave me a hat that says FBI. I will wear it