Who Are We?
Childhood Cancer Society (CCS) began with the vision of a 16-year-old high school student who realized that having family around him while he was being evaluated for childhood leukemia created the support that he needed to cope. There is nothing more powerful than the miracles that result from the love of family, and it is the mission of CCS to see to it that children diagnosed with cancer have the opportunity to experience the benefits that come from this vital support system. A true miracle happens when a child looks up from a hospital bed and feels the comfort of loved ones at…
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Each shirt purchased helps lift the spirits of children struggling with childhood cancer.
Show Your Support! Childhood Cancer Society is a 501 (c) (3) non profit organization, dedicated to helping families afflicted with childhood cancer. Please join us in helping these families, one purchase at a time. All of the proceeds from purchases are donated. CCS is a 100% volunteer organization (no salaries are paid)cute, cuddly, hypoallergenic teddybear.
Rudy Comes to Play – Book
100% of the proceeds from book sales will be donated to Childhood Cancer Society and will help children receive the care they deserve.
CCS Awareness Bracelet
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Childhood Cancer Society Improves Lives of Tri-State Pediatric Cancer Patients and Families During Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and All Year
NEW YORK, Sept. 20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The Childhood Cancer Society (CCS) is honoring Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, September, by reminding us how heartbreaking it is to see a child suffer with this illness rather than live a normal, healthy, active childhood. CCS also wants us to be aware of all the resources available to families enduring childhood cancer and how to get involved in providing support to families in the most difficult of times. Childhood Cancer Society Video (CCS) CCS of New York, NY has been making great strides in improving the quality of life and medical care for children with cancer and their families in …