mib agents Day of Giving

Your gift means hope for kids like 7 year-old Ava facing osteosarcoma.
Your donation provides kids and families the support they need to face osteosarcoma, a painful and often deadly bone cancer.

Your donation funds research to replace 40+ year-old treatments.

Your gift means hope.

On MIB Agents Day of Giving, we need generous donors to keep our programs going and help kids with cancer.

Osteo Intel


the survival rate when Osteosarcoma has spread to the lungs (it often does)

Side Effects

Heart or lung problems, Loss of hearing, Slowed growth and development, Changes in sexual development and ability to have children, Learning problems in younger children, Development of another cancer


percentage of Osteosarcoma survivors who experience at least 1 chronic medical condition


number of years since Osteosarcoma has had a new drug


the amount of the NIH budget spent on ALL childhood cancer research.


the number of kids who will die today of cancer

More Ways YOU Can Make It Better

Send a gift to a child in treatment from our Amazon Charity List
Deliver Joy to a Kid with Bone Cancer
Easily Donate Stock and save on your taxes
Donate to where it's needed

Your Donation Supports:

From Our Community

"Thank you and all of the volunteers for making the Warrior Mail so special."

- Teri, Mom of OsteoWarrior Brecken (8 years old)
"MIB helps kids and families who are battling osteosarcoma. They write to kids who are battling the disease, even sending little gifts that inspire and support the child. The packages helped keep Destiny going. She loved getting her packages. MIB Warrior Mail helped her not feel so alone and she knew that people were fighting with her and that MIB is trying to help find a cure!"

- Jennifer, Mom of OsteoAngel, Destiny
"Jaden continues to enjoy his Warrior Mail. We look at it together sometimes, and it's truly amazing what others will do to bring a smile to my son's face. The small details make the mail so special! Please send our thanks and appreciation to all our Warrior Mail friends!"

- Vicky, Mom of OsteoWarrior, Jaden (16 years old)

Our Mission

MIB Agents Is A Leading Pediatric Osteosarcoma Nonprofit Dedicated To Making It Better For Our Community Of Patients, Families, Medical Professionals, Researchers, And Industry Partners Through Programs, Education, And Research.
Supporting Doctors, Researchers, and the Medical Community
FACTOR Osteosarcoma Conference

FACTOR brings together the leading researchers, clinicians, surgeons, together with patient families and OsteoWarriors to Make It Better for those battling this disease.

Annual OutSmarting Osteosarcoma Grant

Each year a grant of $100,000 is awarded to a project that will focus on moving research forward for osteosarcoma patients.

Osteosarcoma Resources for you to give to patients

Browse our extensive list of osteosarcoma resources from MIB Agents and our partner organizations.

OsteoBites Weekly Webinar

OsteoBites is a weekly webinar and podcast where we invite Osteosarcoma Experts and OsteoWarriors to share their research, hope, and innovation.

Supporting Kids and Young Adults with Osteosarcoma
Gamer Agents

Agent GAMERS game with their fellow OsteoWarriors and OsteoSiblings.

Ambassador Agents

Ambassador Agents are certified peer visitors who provide hope, understanding, and resources.

Warrior Mail

OsteoWarriors receive monthly letters of hope and cheer from MIB Agent Writers around the world.


When an OsteoWarrior transitions to hospice care, MIB Agents provides an experience or an item of comfort and entertainment.

HQ at FACTOR Osteosarcoma Conference

The OsteoWarriors HQ (headquarters) brings kids and young adults who have a connection to osteosarcoma together and It. Is. Awesome!


A world with less toxic, more effective treatments and a cure for osteosarcoma.


We are devoted to creating and instilling hope with and for our inclusive and collaborative osteosarcoma community. We do this through mutual trust, transparency and compassion.

Ready to make a life-saving impact?

We're on a mission to find better treatments and a cure for childhood bone cancer. Give a gift today to support the Osteosarcoma community.‍