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From diagnosis
to survivorship...
we'll be there

Every day, over 700 kids around the world are diagnosed with cancer. And if there's one thing that families facing a childhood cancer diagnosis have in common, its fear. Parents face a future filled with questions and uncertainties. But, with the help of the NCCS, no family has to endure the costs and heartache of pediatric cancer alone.

Since 1987, we've helped over 36,000 children with cancer and their families by:

  • Providing ongoing emotional support
  • Distributing over $61 million in financial assistance
  • Educating thousands of survivors and their families with our educational resources

But, we can't do this important work without you. Even the smallest donation can change the future of a family facing pediatric cancer. Together, we can help more childhood cancer patients become childhood cancer survivors.


Meet some of the childhood cancer survivors that the NCCS has helped throughout the years. Read their stories, view their pictures and learn more about their journey. We're sure they will inspire you - just as they inspire us each and every day!

read their stories



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Your donation dollars helped ensure Zach received the treatment he needed to survive the six-inch cancerous tumor doctors discovered on his stomach. "The NCCS was so helpful... when we needed them most," said Zach's dad, John.

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late effects
after treatment tool

Learn about the long-term medical impact of your specific diagnosis and treatment with this easy-to-use online tool.


Create a digital version of your childhood cancer story to share with your social media network and for NCCS to share on our website and social media pages.

Together, we can create viral content, raise awareness of childhood cancer and help other childhood cancer patients and survivors in vital need of support and information... one story at a time!