Super Schools are the ones that are, use their powers for good. When your school hosts an MIB Super Hero Day they have made it better for kids the same age as they are who have bone cancer.
When diagnosed with a life threatening disease, young adults must call on their inner-superhero to help slay the nefarious evildoer that is trying to hurt them. All superheroes need back up, this is where you come in!
Osteosarcoma is a bone cancer that affects young adults aged 10-19 years old. The bones affected must be removed as part of treatment, which leaves the patient with limb-salvage surgery or an amputation. Long hospital stays are improved by MIB Agents providing iPads, iTunes cards, and noise cancelling headphones. We fund meaningful research to stop the osteo-beast and we pair a kid in treatment with a survivor of their same cancer through MIB Agent Gamers.
Your support makes our missions possible.
MIB Agents is a nationwide 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to Making It Better for kids with Osteosarcoma, bone cancer.
Your MISSION, should you choose to accept it, Make It Better...
- Choose a date.
- Complete & Return the SuperHeroSchool Intel (the form - for those unfamiliar with super hero lingo).
- As participants for a small donation to be super.
- BE SUPER - show an all-school superhero movie, enlist the cafeteria to create a SUPER Menu, have a super hero costume contest, have an Osteo-Warrior from MIB Agents come to talk to the super hero community of your school.
- Send your donation to MIB Agents who will be grateful for your awesomeness.