The Children’s Cancer Fund’s mission is to fund research programs in childhood cancers and to provide support services that improve the quality of life to affected children and their families. The funds are divided 80% to medical laboratory research and 20% to support services.
How Your Donation Helps
The Children’s Cancer Fund (CCF) was founded in January 1993 by a small group of doctors, nurses and parents. The fund’s primary goal is to establish and foster research in childhood cancer as well as enrich the quality of life for children with cancer by improving clinical and support services. CCF is based at New York Medical College/Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla, New York. In our 14th year our friends, family, volunteers and donors have increased to over 7,500.
The CCF Committee is comprised of over 30 parents of children with cancer, their friends, physicians, nurses, and others in the healthcare community. The committee is dedicated to raising money to conduct research in childhood cancers and providing patient services for children and their families. Throughout the tireless work of these committee members, and extraordinary support from the community, more than $200,000 was raised in an effort to open the Children’s Cancer Research Laboratory. Now CCF funds not only research projects through its lab at New York Medical College but at other cancer centers in the U.S. and Canada. See our audited financial statements on this web site.
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Fill out this simple form or call 1-800-237-5714 to donate.