Help DCG Giving Fight Against Pediatric Cancer
DCG Giving, the charitable arm of the Dave Cantin Group, is a 501(c)(3) charity dedicated to directly benefiting young people in local communities who have been diagnosed with pediatric cancer and their families.
All of the institutions we work with are members of the Children’s Oncology Group, the world’s largest organization conducting cancer research specifically for children and adolescents.
For every transaction DCG closes, a portion of our proceeds goes directly to this cause. Please join us on this vitally important mission. Giving back is our legacy that maximizes yours.
Who We Are
DCG Giving is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization devoted to helping cure pediatric cancer in communities large and small all across the United States. Our leadership team consists of seasoned experts in both the nonprofit and automotive worlds. Among them is the Dave Cantin Group’s Executive Director of Philanthropy, Dr. Michael Weiner, who also serves as the head of pediatric oncology at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital’s Columbia University Irving Medical Center, and is one of the top pediatric cancer physicians in the world.
Nearly 10,000 children under the age of 15 will be diagnosed with cancer this year in the United States. These young people represent our future, and they and their families urgently need our help to overcome this terrible disease. DCG Giving is a trusted organization with connections to your local community, and 100% of your donation will benefit kids and teenagers with cancer and their families near you.
What We Do
DCG Giving provides financial and structural assistance to the local institutions that make up the Children’s Oncology Group (COG), the world’s largest association of nonprofits specifically devoted to pediatric cancer. For each Dave Cantin Group acquisition, no matter the location, we identify the appropriate local COG member that we will channel donations to, ensuring that area kids and families will reap the benefits.
Why We Act
In 2011, our founder, Dave Cantin, was diagnosed with leukemia. After undergoing five years of treatment, he is now thankfully cancer-free. Since then, Dave has made it his personal promise to help children and adolescents who have been diagnosed with cancer.
As a past board member of organizations including Hyundai Hope on Wheels and Hope & Heroes Columbia University Medical Center, Dave has helped raise over $100 million towards the fight against childhood cancers.
We at the Dave Cantin Group and DCG Giving share in that commitment, and we want to use every transaction we successfully bring to a close as a springboard for the vital work of organizations conducting pediatric cancer treatment research and helping out kids with cancer and their loved ones.