NVIDIA Foundation

Our Programs
Compute the Cure

Cancer Care Grants

The NVIDIA Foundation’s Compute the Cure Cancer Care grant program awards four $50,000 grants annually to support the work of cancer-focused nonprofit organizations working in
six areas:

Prevention | Screening | Diagnosis | Treatment | Survivorship | End-of-Life Care

Each year, we solicit proposals from nonprofits around the world. An employee review committee assesses these applications and selects a small group of finalists. All employees then have the opportunity to vote for their favorite to help us determine the four recipients.


Funded Initiatives


American Cancer Society (Kenya)

For a subsidized, no-cost radiotherapy treatment program helping Kenya’s most medically vulnerable cancer patients.

Children’s Cancer Research Fund (U.S.)

For a music-therapy program to ease pain, nausea, anxiety, and other treatment-related symptoms among pediatric cancer patients at the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital.

Pain Relief and Palliative Care Society (India)

For a pain relief and end-of-life care program aimed at poor adults and children across two states in India.

Worldwide Breast Cancer (Global)

For the #KnowYourLemons prevention campaign to increase breast cancer awareness and reduce cultural taboos and fear around the world.


Alafia (Togo)

For a breast cancer prevention program benefiting thousands of teachers, students, and community members.

IMPACT (India)

For an eight-bed ICU and onsite blood lab at a local pediatric oncology hospital.

Jacob’s Heart Children’s Cancer Support Services (U.S.)

For a bicultural, no-cost service to meet the needs of the most vulnerable families of children with cancer.

Stupid Cancer (U.S.)

For the launch of a mobile app that offers a support network for patients, survivors, and caregivers across the United States.