Chase Jones is a former college baseball player at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill and the founder of .
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Born and raised in the state of North Carolina, Chase Jones received the opportunity to play college baseball at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Within weeks of stepping on campus in 2006, as an eighteen-year-old college freshman, Chase was diagnosed with Stage IV brain cancer.
As a byproduct of community help and national research, Chase attests his status of eight years cancer-free to a combination of the two.
Since beating cancer, Chase has had the chance to collaborate with multiple childhood cancer organizations, from local children’s hospitals to international efforts in the constant battle to help more kids. After being treated at the NC Children’s Hospital, Chase went on to work with Ronald McDonald House Charities, the LIVESTRONG Foundation, and the St. Baldrick’s Foundation.
In college, Chase founded what is now the , enabling student-athletes a platform to give back to childhood cancer, and successfully grew the presence to connect dozens of communities and thousands of supporters to donate to childhood cancer research.
implements “the half & half model”, 50% of all proceeds supports local pediatric oncology programs while 50% of funds national cancer research efforts.
Today, the parents of 46 children will be told, “Your child has cancer”. Chase’s motivation is to find new and better treatments for these innocent kids. Through baseball, Chase Jones has created a platform to raise money for cancer research and communal support.
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