Today's Date: October 2, 2023
Toyota Doubles Number of Teams Participating in Annual Rebelle Rally   •   NovaBay Pharmaceuticals to Present at the Dawson James Small Cap Growth Conference   •   Shulman Rogers Launches Year Two of Local Black-Owned Business Program To Provide Free Legal Services For A Year   •   Wirex Launches 2023 Rising Women in Crypto Power List   •   LEADING OB/GYN PERFORMS 100th HIGH RISK PLACENTA ACCRETA CASE WITH NEW DEVICE TO MANAGE HEMORRHAGE   •   Energy Recovery to Release Third Quarter 2023 Financial Results   •   U.S. Women's Health Alliance Hosts Payer Provider Summit--Creating an Affordable Healthcare System that Saves Lives Through Stak   •   Stericycle Continues Partnership with the National Park Foundation to Support Habitats and Restore Wetlands in Yosemite National   •   OpenFold Drug Discovery AI Research Consortium Announces Funding of Large-Scale Protein Data Collection at Prof. Gabriel Rocklin   •   Ashtrom Renewable Energy Announces ~$270 Million Green Financing for ~400 MW Tierra Bonita Solar Project in Texas   •   Bend Health Joins Evernorth's Behavioral Health Network, Expanding Access to Pediatric and Teen Mental Health Care   •   3 Takeaways from 3Bee CEO Niccolò Calandri's Letter for World Habitat Day 2023   •   Origin Materials Announces Appointment of Matt Plavan as Chief Financial Officer   •   Ryder Recognized for Leadership in Environmental Performance by U.S. EPA SmartWay®   •   Caring Transitions of Ambler Brings Much-Needed Services to Montgomery County   •   Trane Technologies to Acquire Connected Workplace and Enterprise Asset Management Leader Nuvolo   •   Electra Extends Processing of Black Mass Material Based on Successes of Its Battery Recycling Trial   •   Elite Learning Celebrates World Mental Health Awareness Month with Continuing Education Courses at No Cost for Nurses   •   RobotLAB Proudly Renews Longstanding NAO & Pepper Agreements With United Robotics Group   •   Lia 27 Mobile App Launches: The Ultimate Virtual Assistant for Daily Life
Bookmark and Share

Tech Tackles Cancer Boston Announces Line-Up and Ticket Sales

BOSTON , September 19 /Businesswire/ - Hack/Reduce, a Boston-based non-profit organization focused on creating talent and technology for the global big data-driven economy, today announced that tickets are now on sale for the Tech Tackles Cancer (TTC) Boston charity event being held on November 7, 2023, at the Sinclair in Cambridge from 6-10 pm ET.

The fundraiser's goal this year is to raise over $250,000 for pediatric cancer research and patient care. Since 2012, TTC has harnessed the power of the Boston technology community to raise awareness and funds to support pediatric cancer causes. Past events have raised more than $2M in donations for organizations focused on pediatric cancer treatment and research, including St. Baldrick’s and One Mission.

This year’s event will feature 10+ technology executives performing a single song backed by Boston-based Tony Savarino and the Savtones. Awards will be given for best vocals, best stage presence and most funds raised, and the live audience will be able to vote on-site for their favorite performances.

The lineup of featured performers (to date) for TTC Boston 2023 include:

Click the links above to support your favorite featured performer and make a donation to benefit pediatric cancer research and family/patient services. Individuals interested in supporting the cause by singing can contact Nicole Francoeur at for more information.

Tickets to the event are $50 for general admissions entry, and are available now at this link. Sponsorships are also available for a wide range of admission and marketing benefits at the event.

“We had a tremendous turnout last year by the Boston technology community, raising hundreds of thousands of dollars to support the fight against pediatric cancer. But this year’s TTC London has raised the bar considerably,” said Chris Lynch, founder of TTC and CEO of AtScale. “I’m looking forward to this year’s event and challenge our singers, sponsors and attendees to do what they can to top last year’s performances and results.”

Corporate sponsors for TTC Boston 2023 include:

Last year’s TTC Boston raised more than $350,000 for St. Baldricks and One Mission. The 2022 performances can be viewed on the TTC YouTube Channel. At this year’s inaugural TTC London, which took place on May 24, 2023 at the Omeara nightclub, more than 250 attendees, 16 sponsors and 10 singers raised over £100,000 for Children with Cancer UK, one of the UK’s leading childhood cancer charities. Awards were given for “best vocals” to Katie Hester, Head of Brand and Content, Astrato by Vizlib; “best stage presence” to Michal Peleg, Head of People, Tyk; and “most money raised” to Yali Sassoon, Co-Founder and CSO, Snowplow.

Please visit for more information on sponsorships and donations. To purchase tickets, please click here.

About Tech Tackles Cancer

Tech Tackles Cancer is a program run by Hack/Reduce, a non-profit organization focused on creating talent and technology for the global big data-driven economy. TTC brings together tech companies that want to give back and support life-saving pediatric cancer research and outreach programs. For more information, go to

STORY TAGS: Funding, Massachusetts, United States, North America, Oncology, Philanthropy, Health, Fund Raising, Foundation, Biotechnology,


White House Live Stream
alsharpton Rev. Al Sharpton
9 to 11 am EST
jjackson Rev. Jesse Jackson
10 to noon CST


Sounds Make the News ®
Atlanta - WAOK-Urban
Berkley / San Francisco - KPFA-Progressive
Chicago - WVON-Urban
KJLH - Urban
Los Angeles - KJLH - Urban
WKDM-Mandarin Chinese
New York - WKDM-Mandarin Chinese
New York - WADO-Spanish
WBAI - Progressive
New York - WBAI - Progressive
Washington - WOL-Urban

Listen to United Natiosns News