“A Night at the Theatre”: HAMILTON, San Francisco

HAMILTON is here!

The triumphant American musical moves in to its new San Francisco home in February.  Champion Charities will feature the transformative production for a special A Night at the Theatre event on Sunday, February 24th! Join us for this exclusive experience.

Investing in Hope

Champion Charities’ $2.5 million dollar contribution funded a major expansion of the brain tumor research program at The Helen Diller Family Cancer Research Center in San Francisco.


Helping children and families in need

It was estimated that more than 688,000 people were living with a diagnosis of primary brain and central nervous system tumor in the United States in 2010.

Created by former NFL greats Harris Barton and Ronnie Lott, Champion Charities is dedicated to helping children and families in need.

Harris and Ronnie

Harris Barton and Ronnie Lott founded Champion Charities in 2004. Harris lost both of his parents to brain tumors. Believing more could be done to find a cure and better treatments, Ronnie approached Harris with the idea that they had to do something themselves. He was right – more needed to be done: brain tumors are one of the most lethal forms of cancer for children under the age of 15. They are also the leading cause of cancer-related death for adults 35 years and under, and yet brain tumors are one of the lowest-funded areas of cancer research. As our top priority, Champion Charities has contributed a significant amount of money towards treating and researching brain tumors as well as supporting patients suffering from the disease.