in Brandon's honor

Your contribution helps fulfill Brandon's dream of helping kids beat cancer. DONATE

How to Help
You can help save a child's life
It's a fact: Childhood cancer research still gets the least amount of funding, even though cancer is the #1 disease-related cause of death in children! Each month, 1,100 children are diagnosed with cancer in the US alone.

Your help is urgently needed. A donation to the Brandon's Goal Foundation goes directly to helping the kids and families battling cancer, as well as cutting-edge research, and hospice care. Please act today:

  • Donate to BGF here
  • Join us on facebook
  • Shop at "Finding Treasures for a cure" in Lynnwood, WA (see below)
  • Buy Gold Ribbon Gear from our online store
  • Donate furniture and household items to Finding Treasures
  • Volunteer with us Learn more
  • Share these ideas with your friends and colleagues
  • Ask local schools, businesses and community leaders to help raise awareness and/or funds. If they seem interested, let us know and we will contact them to help them get started.
Map to FT Store
Finding Treasures for a cure - Shop to change lives!
Shop the great inventory at our thrift shop "Finding Treasures for a Cure." The proceeds go directly to helping children with cancer, and we also help support other charities.
This store was inspired by Brandon and the families and organizations we love to assist. Brandon loved to shop at thrift stores! 
Contact us if you have items to donate or want to volunteer! And please join us on Facebook.

Location: 19820 40th Ave W #118 (MAP), Lynnwood, WA
Phone: 206 310 5968  
Regular Hours: 
Monday - Saturday: 9am - 7pm
Closed Sundays

Start a fundraiser - it's easy!

Here's a great example of an 8-year old making it happen! Last year, BGF did a fundraiser at 8-year old Sydney Parker's school. She was so moved that she went home and told her dad she wanted to do more. Through connections, this led to an awesome benefit concert at by the 80's cover band Platinum Spandex at the Seattle Hard Rock Cafe! The Hard Rock waived the bands fee and donated all door admissions back to BGF.

What businesses or organizations are you involved with? Ask them if they can help. It can by anything from simply putting up a donation box to hosting an event... we will help make it happen. Contact us for help.

Who We Support

We provide direct support to children with cancer, and also support organizations that do amazing research and provide crucial services:

BGF Kids:

Through your donations, we are proud to directly support these kids fighting cancer. Learn more about each child and please Donate today.

Cancer Survivor's Internship:
We are proud to have paid the Summer 2013 Salary for Max Hanson, 18 and a brain cancer survivor, to work in Dr. Jim Olson's lab at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle. Dr. Olson is the doctor that created the protocol used to save Max's life! Learn more

  • Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
  • Seattle Children's Hospital
  • Providence Hospice of Seattle
  • Camp Korey


Learn more

Supporters of BGF

Our major sponsors are:

• Skyhawks Sports Academy
• W.O.W Distributing
• Finding Treasures for a cure Thrift Store
• Depot Graphics

The following organizations have helped BGF in the past, either as event partners or sponsors. Please thank them for supporting BGF!

• Alliance Mercantile
• Always Something Thrift Store
• Arrow International
• Donavon's Deli
• Fleet Reserve Assocation
• Harbour Pointe Middle School
• HTI Polymer
• International Gamco
• Jar'O'Do
• KIRO Radio 97.3 Seattle
• KMPS Radio 94.1 Seattle
• KOMO News 4 Seattle
• McWhyte's Storage, Everett
• Roaring Lion Energy Drink
• Seattle Pacific University Mens & Women's Soccer Teams
• Seattle Sounders
• Seattle Storm
• Shelton View Elementary School
• Skyview Junior High School
• Sound Consulting Services
• SIP Wine Bar & Restaurant
• Spiro's Pizza & Pasta
• Sporty's Beef & Brew
• The Game Pub & Eatery
• The Grounds Professionals
• Three Rivers Marine & Tackle
• Truck Trails Northwest
• Underwater Sports
• University of Washington Women's Soccer Team
• Whyte's Shelter Storage
• W.G. McCoy Accounting

News & Events

Latest updates from our Facebook page:
Finding Treasures Charity Auction

Our first annual Finding Treasures Charity Auction held on March 7th was a success! It was held in-person and online. You can see some of the items sold here

Volunteering on your list of things to do for 2015?  We can help!

The Finding Treasures Thrift Store owes its success to the volunteers that selflessly donate their time each day to the stores mission...To Raise Funds and Awareness about Childhood Cancer and the urgent need to increase research and survivorship while decreasing incidence and loss".  If you would like to support our mission please e-mail Kris
Same products, same prices, same service: shop Amazon to contribute to BGF!
If you use Amazon, you're going to love this new way to give .5% of almost ANY Amazon purchase right back to BGF! Just go to and select the Brandon's Goal Foundation as your charity of choice! Remember to always shop Amazon through It's all the same products and prices!
Share the BGF ad

Thank you to the incredible San Jose State University Animation Department for creating this touching ad. Be sure to share it with others. Play the ad

Media Center

Subscribe to BGF's YouTube channel!

Quick highlights from the BGF 2012 Kids Kickin' 4 Cancer Fundraiser benefitting the Seattle Children's Hospital! Thank you SPU & UW Soccer Teams! (May 2012)

In the news: Founder & CEO Kris Forth discusses the importance of BGF on the "Brashenomics" radio show (March 2012)

A student made this video after seeing our presentation about BGF at her school. Please watch and share it! This is the exact impact we are hoping to make with the kids we work with! (Feb. 2012)

Highlights - Your donations are put to great use.(March 2012)

Classmates carry on Brandon's legacy for kids in the hospital - KOMO TV Seattle (Dec. 2011)

Brandon loved participating in fundraising events. Please share this photo page!

First Annual Toy Drive Coverage (December 2009)