Tug McGraw Foundation


About Us


How can I make a donation?

Donations are gratefully accepted by mail, by telephone and online. For more on how to contribute, see the “Support TMF” sections of our website.

Can I volunteer?

If you are interested in volunteering in the Tug McGraw Foundation office or for events and programs, please email us at info@tugmcgraw.org.

Can I raise money for the foundation?

You can be a part of Team McGraw or create a community fundraiser to improve quality of life for people with brain-related trauma and tumors. For information on Team McGraw, online applications and other resources, visit our “Support TMF” section.

Is the Foundation a non-profit organization?

The Tug McGraw Foundation is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization designated by the Internal Revenue Code. Our tax identification number is 20-0586256.

Can I make a donation in honor or in memory of someone?

We welcome donations in honor or memory of friends or loved ones. Information is available in our “Support TMF” section.

Can I visit the TMF Headquarters?

We welcome all visitors. The Tug McGraw Foundation is located on the grounds of the Veterans Home of California in Yountville. Appointments and tours can be arranged by emailing us at info@tugmcgraw.org

Why was the mission expanded to include PTSD and TBI?

Recognizing that other areas of brain research - such as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) - inform the science surrounding brain cancer, the Tug McGraw Foundation has widened its scope to include a broader spectrum of the neurosciences.

Where was Tug McGraw treated for his brain cancer?

Tug McGraw was treated at the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute in Tampa, Florida and the Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina.

How can I contact Tim McGraw?

Mr. McGraw appreciates your thoughts and good wishes as well as your ideas and suggestions. The Tug McGraw Foundation is focused on providing resources to improve quality of life for people with brain-related trauma and tumors. Correspondence addressed to Tim McGraw at the Foundation's address will be reviewed by our staff and passed on or responded to if appropriate.