The mission of the American Childhood Cancer Organization is to:
- Help families get the facts they need about childhood cancer in simple, comprehensive, everyday language.
- Make the fight against cancer easier for its youngest victims through the development and distribution of the highest quality materials designed specifically for children and adolescents.
- Provide crucial support families need—financially, socially, and emotionally—through diagnosis, treatment, and well beyond.
- Advocate for critical research on treatment protocols appropriate for the bodies of cancer’s smallest victims.
- Give the fight against childhood cancer the attention it deserves, because kids can’t fight cancer alone!
Because kids can’t fight cancer alone!™
How Your Donation Helps
The American Childhood Cancer Organization ( ACCO ) was started by a group of parents with children affected by cancer in 1970. They formed an organization to promote research and to support families with children suffering from cancer. In 1970 far fewer children survived a cancer diagnosis, and the American Childhood Cancer Organization has contributed to both helping to improve survivability by lobbying for research for a cure and helping to support families in crisis. Today American Childhood Cancer Organization is one of the largest grassroots organizations committed to improving the lives of children and young adults suffering from cancer. The American Childhood Cancer Organization produces high quality materials on childhood cancer for more than 40 local affiliate chapters across the country. Donate a car to help the American Childhood Cancer Organization continue their mission help children and families affected by cancer.
Address:National Office P.O. Box 498
Kensington MD 20895-0498
Fill out this simple form or call 1-800-237-5714 to donate.