For 10 years, we’ve earned a reputation as reliable and consistent providers of practical, financial and emotional support, directly to children with cancer and their families, at every stage of treatment: from diagnosis to recovery.
Our unique combination of programs addresses the non-medical needs of children with cancer, like Bags of Love, which provides everyday essentials to ease the burden of what is often immediate hospitalization, or Lifeline, a support network that connects survivor families with newly diagnosed ones. Art from the Heart is a program that gives children undergoing lengthy hospital treatments, which can last several weeks, something to look forward to – a total room makeover – conducted by students working with volunteer designers. Our heralded Volunteer program helps provide welcome diversions during the long hours of treatment. Circle of Care also provides much-needed Emergency Funds to help cover out-of-pocket costs, pay for financial emergencies like overdue mortgages or utility bills, so that no family has to choose between caring for a sick child and providing for their family.