Pediatric Cancer Foundation Earns “Charity Worth Watching” Designation from Charity Navigator

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The Pediatric Cancer Foundation (PCF) recently earned a No. 6 spot on Charity Navigator’s list of the top ten “Charities Worth Watching.”

The Pediatric Cancer Foundation (PCF) recently announced that it was named the No. 6 charity on Charity Navigator’s list of the top ten “Charities Worth Watching.” Each of the ten charities on the list earned the highest possible four-star rating from the organization and operate on a budget of less than $2 million per year.

Charity Navigator is the country’s largest charity evaluator, and it rates charitable organizations based on a number of factors, including their accountability, transparency and financial health. The Pediatric Cancer Foundation has earned a four star rating from the group since 2012.

The Crown Organization has supported the Pediatric Cancer Foundation for well over 20 years. Joe Lamphier, Group Vice President Sales & Marketing for Crown Automotive Group, joined the PCF board over 12 years ago and has served as President, Vice President and Executive Committee. He currently serves on PCF’s Board of Directors.

Through the Pediatric Cancer Foundation’s collaborative research initiative, called the Sunshine Project, Nancy Crane, Executive Director, and the rest of the dedicated team work to fund research aimed at eradicating childhood cancer. Other charities included on the Charity Navigator list include the Air Warrior Courage Foundation, Greenville Humane Society and Safe Haven Family Shelter.

“All of our team of researchers, employees and directors at the Pediatric Cancer Foundation are incredibly honored to have been named to Charity Navigator’s prestigious list,” said Crane, “We share a common goal and singular purpose -- to find a cure for childhood cancers-- and work diligently to ensure that our organization is accountable, transparent, and as effective as possible toward that end.”

Those interested in learning more about the Pediatric Cancer Foundation and how they can help with the cause can visit for more information.


With its national headquarters in Tampa, the Pediatric Cancer Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to funding research to eliminate childhood cancer through the Sunshine Project, the Foundation’s collaborative research initiative. By employing doctors and researchers from the country’s top institutions, the Sunshine Project is fast-tracking the development of new drugs and therapies that will ultimately lead to the cure of childhood cancers. For more information, go to


Crown Automotive Group has been in business for more than 40 years, and currently operates domestic and international automotive franchises in Florida, Ohio and Tennessee. The group is dedicated to customer and employee satisfaction, and is your source for new and pre-owned vehicles, parts and service, financing and more. No matter what you’re looking for, you can be confident that you are getting an incredible deal and outstanding service when you visit one of the many dealerships that make up Crown Automotive Group. Learn more about the group at

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