Points for Pain is a fundraiser to benefit the U.S. Pain Foundation’s Pediatric Pain Program.
It n was started in 2015 by Tyler Cashman, a 7th grader wanting to help make a difference in honor of his mom, Casey, who lives with pain. In the past four years, it has raised over $120,000 for the program.
This money has been used to host multiple Pediatric Pain Warrior weekend retreats as well as help sponsor over 100 families to a pediatric summer camp.
2018 inaugural Pediatric Retreat Weekend
Points for Pain in the news
Pediatric fundraiser celebrates five years, $110,000 raised
Pediatric fundraiser, now in fifth year, hosts next event this Thursday
Kids with pain and families attend 2019 summer camp
Recent Points for Pain games raise $5,000 for kids with pain
High schooler to build on $100,000 raised for children with pain through basketball games Jan. 24 & 29
Two teens making a difference for chronic pain
Ty Cashman’s pointers on hosting a Points for Pain game
U.S. Pain program, Points for Pain, honored by New York Yankees