September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, a time to honor and remember children and families affected by these rare diseases, and help rally support to give kids with cancer better outcomes by supporting our ground-breaking research.
There are many ways to help, and here are some suggestions:
Download a song
Quietdrive’s Even When I’m Gone is a song that was inspired by Kendal Lividini who lost her battle to leukemia. Thanks to her family and the band for sharing as our way to honor all kids lost to cancer. A music video for the song will be released at the end of the month, and a portion of proceeds from song sales benefit our cause. To read her story and download the song, visit ChildrensCancer.org/Kendal.
Learn and share survivorship resources
Even after surviving cancer, the current treatments can bring risks of ongoing health issues, or “late-effects.” Throughout the month, we will be posting informative audio clips of our interview with an expert in childhood cancer survivorship that will be helpful to survivors and their caregivers. Visit ChildrensCancer.org/CCAM to see the latest posts.
Shop at our partner stores
I See Me!, publisher of award-winning personalized children’s storybooks, placemats, puzzles and more, will give you 10% off of your purchase, and an additional 10% will be donated back to Children’s Cancer Research Fund when you buy a book by September 30th. Just use the coupon code “butterfly” at seeme.com.
On the third Sunday of every month through November, Creative Kidstuff will donate 10% of their sales to 10 children’s charities, and customers can choose Children’s Cancer Research Fund as the beneficiary. This promotion will be available online and in their six local stores.
Dine at our partner restaurants