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The Three Strohm Sisters Foundation is a generous supporter of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.  Their donations help fund groundbreaking, advanced technologies in lung cancer.  The foundation is dedicated not only to raising awareness, but also to raising vital funds for innovative research.
Tara Ruocco Corporate and Community Relations Manager 
Cold Spring Harbo​r
"The Three Strohm Sisters Foundation, under the leadership of Ed Strohm, has become an important agent for positive change and the pursuit of discoveries in the borderless world of pediatric cancer.  The Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) touches the lives of a half million children and youth each year including every child affected by cancer in parts of Ontario, Quebec and Canada's North.  CHEO also conducts leading-edge cancer research which is now impacting children across Canada, the U.S, and around the world.  We are so thankful to Ed and the Three Strohm Sisters Foundation for working tirelessly to advance pediatric cancer research and reduce the harm and devastation experienced by innocent children and their families no matter where they live. "
Kevin Keohane President and CEO
CHEO Foundation​
“The Three Strohm Sisters Foundation under the leadership of Edward Strohm is a true inspiration.  As President  of the Smithtown Sunrise Rotary Club , it was Edward's passion that inspired our club to get behind his cause and honor him during our annual Snowball.  We hope the money raised will help you continue to bring meaningful change to those in need.   On behalf of all our members - thanks for all you do to make a difference in peoples' lives”.
Cara Vercellone President
Smithtown Sunrise Rotary​
Ed Strohm and The Three Strohm Sisters Foundation reached out to our charity many years ago. Ed was the one who recognised a common aim and a likely bond between Joining Against Cancer in Kids, [J-A-C-K], and his foundation. J-A-C-K was founded following the death of Jack Brown in 1999 from paediatric  cancer. Jack was the son of two detectives from London and he was treated in the U.S.A.  Ed’s drive is incredible and his enthusiasm undeniable; he is determined to improve the lives of children who are blighted by cancer. The Three Strohm Sisters Foundation has provided funds for J-A-C-K to implement clinical trials designed to improve the outcome for children fighting Neuroblastoma. Ed and his foundation should be thanked and congratulated for their unceasing efforts and huge contribution to better the lives of children and families battling cancer.
Richard Brown Founder- Joining Against Cancer in Kids 
London, United Kingdom
“When being told you have cancer, life as you know it, is never the same. You quickly learn the blessing/gift of family and loved ones. This is why, when I was introduced to the Three Strohm Sisters Foundation, I quickly realized this group of individuals had a mission. Their endless effort to raise money to fund research in order to find a cure and bring joy to people during a time in which there is very little. They truly are doing God’s work”.
Vicki Bakos and the Bakos Family  Nesconset, New York
“Research is the key to finding a cure for cancer. It is the result of research that has made a difference for our child and our family. It is charities like the Three Strohm Sisters Foundation who have helped develop new treatments through their generosity. We thank them for their commitment to help all children and all families, no matter where they may live. “
The Meehan Family Ontario, Canada
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