Join Bite Me Cancer at NATS Park 2022

February 16, 2022 @ 5:05PM — October 1, 2022 @ 5:05PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) Add to Calendar

Nationals Park : 1500 S Capitol St. SE Lincoln Suite 13 Washington, DC 20003 Get Directions

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Buy your tickets to one or more of four Washington Nationals games!

Join us in a donated corporate suite for any of 4 games that will support Bite Me Cancer! Funds raised through these games will go directly to the foundation's goals of helping teenagers who battle all cancers through our Teen Support program and directly funding research for thyroid cancer. Thank you to the National Association of Broadcasters for the use of their corporate suite!

We will provide light snacks, soft drinks and water in the suite. We hope for a food sponsor for each game, and that will bring increased food/drink options. The suite is on the Club Level and guests will have access to the full bar and many of the great food vendors at the stadium.

Tickets and parking passes will be sent via the MLB Ballpark app. You will need to download the free app and also create a MLB account.

Please call with questions, 703-709-2539, or email

Our Teen Support program has enabled us to give our Teen Support Bags to over 9,500 teenagers dealing with cancer in every state and DC in over 175 hospitals that partner with us! These bags give inspiration and support to the teens as they deal with unique challenges being "stuck" between the younger pediatric services and the adult programs. Our bags have items selected specifically for teenagers.
We also have been able to deliver dinners to the pediatric oncology floor at INOVA Children's Hospital over the years. This year, we hope to afford at least 6 times. Families love not having to eat hospital food!

Bite Me Cancer also directly funds 2-year research grants to focus on better treatment options (and perhaps a cure) for thyroid cancer. There are many types of thyroid cancer; some extremely serious and without strong treatment options. Some patients don't even benefit from the current common treatments. We are raising funds for our 10th grant this year.

$300 raised by 2 people


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