XenoCon: Oct 13-15
at the CASI Event Center in Davenport, IA.
View those that we have honored
Share the memories of your loved one. Connect with our online family and help us raise Brain Cancer awareness.
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How can we Help
If you need financial assistance with your medical expenses to combat Brain Cancer, click on the Contact tab at the top of the page. Then send us a note.
at the Stoney Creek Hotel & Conference Center in Independence, MO.
TEXAS HOLD 'EM
TBA - Soon
Visit our Events Page to see the full list scheduled or choose one from below.
The Play To Beat Brain Cancer name embodies the goal of our team. We raise funds in honor of those that fight Brain Cancer by playing games that the individual enjoyed. This includes but is not limited to Board games, Electronic games, On-line games, RPG, Puzzles, and all types of Sports.
Pawns & Pints:
Board Game night at Pawns & Pints in KC, MO to support PTBBC.org.
Tsunamicon was a big success for us this month with over 300 visitors to our booth.
Thanks to their superb team.
We want to thank the wonderful craft artists and companies that donated gaming accessories to help make KantCon a huge success. Visit our partner page to view all of our wonderful contributors.
The owners of Ambrosia Catering KC are partnering with us to provide a Venue for many of our events.
Kaylee has shown her incredible inner strength while she continues to receive monthly Chemo treatments.
Fall has arrived and a new school year has started. So please donate and give hope to those such as Kaylee battling brain tumors that can't regularly attend school.
If you have an Event idea to help raise funds to help Kaylee and others, please go to our Contact page and share you idea with us.
If you can't make an event, please go to our Donate page and help pay the medical expenses for those like Kaylee.
The primary mission of the Play To Beat Brain Cancer organization is to provide financial assistance to those families that cannot afford the cost of medicines, treatments and surgeries for all forms of brain Cancer. We also support cancer centers such as KU Med for their continuing research into the causes and potential cures for Brain Cancer.