Our Mission:

A long, healthy life

for every child

with cancer.


Take action on the most pressing childhood cancer policy issues.


Write Congress on Kids’ Cancer Issues

In 2019, we’re diving into issues like pre-existing conditions, prescription drug costs, Medicaid, and survivorship - and you can help by reaching out to Congress using our action alerts.

Learn about recently introduced legislation that could impact kids with cancer, including the ACE Kids Act and the CLINICAL TREATMENT Act. 

Take Action →

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The Impact: Childhood Cancer Stories

Thank you to every brave survivor or family member for reaching out and sharing your journey with childhood cancer. By sharing these stories, we celebrate every life, recognize the ongoing struggles of survivors, and honor and remember those we have lost.

Meet the Kids →

Apply for a College Scholarship

We are now accepting applications for our 2019 College Scholars Program, an opportunity for two childhood cancer survivors to gain valuable cancer advocacy experience. Award recipients will complete a childhood cancer advocacy project of their choosing and receive a scholarship of $2,000.

Apply Here →

Your change can be THE change!

The RoundUp App allows you to automatically donate the change from your credit or debit card transactions to Children’s Cause for Cancer Advocacy. Your small change - the “round up” from your purchases - makes a big difference for us by providing a critical source of consistent support that allows us to do our work.

Learn More & Get Started →


Progress Report: The Latest Childhood Cancer News

  • March 12 : Patient Needs Survey Results

  • Feb 25 : State-Level Advocacy Initiatives

  • Jan 9 : Introducing Yourself to Your Members of Congress

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recent legislative successes

Giving children with cancer & their families a voice.

We are a strong, clear voice in national debates on research, cancer treatments, healthcare reform and survivorship.

We fight for our children in the highest corridors of power – because someone must.