Childhood Cancer

For Childhood Cancer Families

Some families want information and resources. Others want to learn how families, like them, are dealing with a diagnosis. Still others want to raise awareness and money for more research. We have it all right here for you.

In this section, you can read amazing stories, share your own story, discover what resources are available to you and see how you can be a part of the effort to put an end to childhood cancer.

Request a Family Information Packet

Childhood Cancer

For Childhood Cancer Families

Some families want information and resources. Others want to learn how families, like them, are dealing with a diagnosis. Still others want to raise awareness and money for more research. We have it all right here for you.

In this section, you can read amazing stories, share your own story, discover what resources are available to you and see how you can be a part of the effort to put an end to childhood cancer.

Request a Family Information Packet

Childhood Cancer Guides

Childhood Cancer Guides are books that help families of children with cancer. Our books, reviewed by renowned experts in pediatric oncology, feature stories from more than 500 parents, children with cancer, and survivors of childhood cancer. 

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One in 285 children will be diagnosed with cancer by the time they turn 20. Despite this, less than 4% of the federal government’s annual funding for cancer research is dedicated to childhood cancers.

With your support, ALSF has been able to fund outstanding research, leading toward cures and improved quality of life for children with cancer. Learn more about childhood cancer and the research projects your donations support.

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