You Can Make an Impact
Children’s Cancer Research Fund invests in lifesaving, leading-edge research in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and cure of childhood cancers and blood-related disorders.
Fueled by compassion since opening our doors in 1981, our team has revolutionized the way childhood cancer is treated worldwide. Our investments in key research initiatives and patient care have led to innovative treatments, faster cures, new discoveries, and compassionate quality-of-life programs that give hope to pediatric patients and their families.
One person. One donation. One hour of volunteer time. Your time and efforts can make a huge difference in the lives of childhood cancer patients and their families.
Jun 14 | Written by Jamie Lynn Hutchings. She is an AML survivor and writer of her blog Surviving The Bubble. After surviving acute mylocetic leukemia at age 11, I tried to prove myself to everyone around me. I talked about my leukemia every chance I got and tried to remind people about this amazing thing…Read More
Jun 7 | Written by Monica Fochtman Monica, the mom of two boys and proud partner of Sean, is a coach, consultant, writer, and speaker. Among these, she is also an advocate for childhood cancer patients. Today, she shares her experiences with son, Luke, who was diagnosed at 3-years-old with stage four cancer. On December 12, 2008, our then 3-year-old son, Luke,…Read More
Jun 2 | Dear Pre-Cancer Self, You’re about to be blindsided. You’re just about to start your freshman year of high school; it’s a big transitional period for everyone, including yourself. People start forming friend groups and getting to know each other. You won’t get that. Your third day of school you will unexpectedly be called out of class. Before…Read More
May 25 | Written by Mindy Dykes Mindy is the mother of 9-year-old Connor, who is a brain tumor survivor. My husband and I agreed from the beginning that we would raise our brain tumor survivor the same way we would his older sister. There would be rules, guidelines, discipline, limitations and expectations. I mean let’s say…Read More
May 23 | This blog post is from our new guide Beyond “I’m Sorry”: Supporting a Family Facing Cancer. Download it today to get more great tips on how to care for a family in the best way possible. You’ve picked out a great card for someone you know who is facing cancer. You have your pen in hand,…Read More
May 23 | This blog post is from our new guide Beyond “I’m Sorry”: Supporting a Family Facing Cancer. Download it today to get more great tips on how to care for a family in the best way possible. If you feel compelled to help a family experiencing cancer, know that your thoughtfulness could be a huge stress relief…Read More
May 20 | Children’s Cancer Research Fund has received complaints regarding telemarketers who represent the similarly named organization Children’s Cancer Recovery Foundation. We have no connection or affiliation with this organization, and we do not make any telemarketing calls. We have reported these complaints to our state’s Attorney General office and encourage you to do the same. If you want to lodge…Read More
May 18 | This blog post is from our new guide Beyond “I’m Sorry”: Supporting a Family Facing Cancer. Download it today to get more great tips on how to care for a family in the best way possible. If you feel compelled to help a family experiencing cancer, know that your thoughtfulness could be a huge stress…Read More
May 17 | Written by Sarah, mother of Colton Picture this: You’re in an ice arena cheering on 7- and 8-year-olds learning how to play hockey, and they’re using the full length of regulation ice for the first time. That’s a challenge for small bodies, racing back and forth and up and down on the ice while clumsily chasing after a puck.…Read More
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