Since its inception in 2004, the Bloom's Syndrome Foundation has funded several research projects focused on finding therapies to prevent or mitigate cancer in Bloom's syndrome. The Foundation relies exclusively on private donations to conduct its business and advance its mission. As donations fluctuate, so too does Bloom's syndrome research.
To ensure long-term funding for Bloom's syndrome research, the BSA has established an endowment fund with the fundamental goal of raising ten million dollars over ten years. By 2026, the endowment will sustain indefinitely, through annual interest income, the levels of research funding needed to find a breakthrough therapy for Bloom's syndrome.