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Compute the Cure

Cancer Care Grants

The NVIDIA Foundation’s Compute the Cure Cancer Care grant program awards four $50,000 grants a year to support the work of cancer-focused non-profit organizations working in the following areas:

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

Now Accepting Applications

2017 Compute the Cure Cancer Care Grant Program

The NVIDIA Foundation is now accepting applications from nonprofit organizations working around the world.

Completed proposals due by May 15, 2017

Download the application and budget template to get started.

Grant recipients are selected by NVIDIA employees. An employee review committee assesses 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.


Previously Funded Initiatives


American Cancer Society (Kenya)

Funded a subsidized, no-cost radiotherapy treatment program for the most medically vulnerable cancer patients in Kenya.

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

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

Pain Relief and Palliative Care Society (India)

Supported a pain relief and end-of-life care program for poor adults and children across two states in India.

Worldwide Breast Cancer (Global)

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


Alafia (Togo)

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

IMPACT (India)

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

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

Provided bicultural, no-cost services to meet the needs of the most vulnerable families of children with cancer.

Stupid Cancer (U.S.)

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