The Tomorrow Fund is the only local nonprofit organization that provides financial and emotional support to children with cancer and their families.

You can now donate online. Please help us secure a better tomorrow for these children.

Mark your calendars!!
2014 Pawtucket Red Sox “Strike out Cancer” Bowling Event.
Tuesday, May 20th 7pm- 10pm
East Providence Lanes
80 Newport Avenue
East Providence, RI

Come BOWL with your favorite PAWSOX players or staff person.
$25 per bowler includes bowling shoes, food and FUN!
All proceeds benefit The Tomorrow Fund.
For more information email: or call (401) 724- 7300

Click to download sign up sheet for the 2014 PAWTUCKET RED SOX Bowling

The 12th Annual Tomorrow Fund Stroll – Sunday, April 27th

Come stroll with us at the 12th Annual Tomorrow Fund Stroll being held Sunday, April 27th at Garden City Center in Cranston. Enjoy the family entertainment including face painters, tattoo artists, clowns and live music. The Tomorrow Fund Stroll t-shirts will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Quantities are limited.
Registration begins at 8:45 am and the Stroll begins promptly at 10:00 am. You can walk as few or as many laps around the shopping center as you wish. Walk as an individual or form a team. A minimum of $20 per walker, TTF Family or team member is required.
For more information call The Tomorrow Fund office at 401 -444- 8811.

Download the TTF Stroll Brochure here and you can print out the form 8x10 on your printer and fill out.

TF STROLL 2014 8 x 10 click here


Every year WHJY has the opportunity to partner with a local organization/charity for the Trans-Siberian Orchestra show at the Dunkin Donuts Center. The Tomorrow Fund was the recipient of this year’s concert. We received $1.00 from each ticket sold - $8,012!! Thank you WHJY, Dunkin Donuts Center and Trans-Siberian Orchestra!

2014 Tomorrow Fund Newsletter is now available. Click image to download the PDF

Our son Matthew Beaudry Jr. is a very happy 6 year old with a very extensive medical history. Our lives were shattered on Sept. 1, 2007 when Matthew 71/2 months old was rushed to Hasbro Children’s Hospital ICU with massive intracranial pressure. 


Kendra Cimaglia


Learn about Cost Free Camps
download the PDF here

North Smithfield senior Amanda Simoes sponsored a “Kids Helping Kids So We Can All Have a Better Tomorrow” talent show event as part of her senior community project. Amanda raised over $1,200!


Conway Christmas Lights Extravaganza!
The 2nd Annual Conway 32,000 Christmas Lights Extravaganza!
Joey Conway presented a check for $983 to Kathy Connolly from his Annual 32,000 Christmas Light display fundraiser. This is the second year Joey has chosen the Tomorrow Fund as the recipient from donations collected during the holidays. We thank you Joey for your continued support of The Tomorrow Fund!





Volunteers donate countless hours of time and talent to The Tomorrow Fund.

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