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Camp Norden 2022

Camp Norden 2022

Camp Norden was created for kids who have been affected by cancer to build lifelong friendships and experience adventure through a safe and fun camp experience either in-person or virtually.

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Share Your Story

Sharing your story can be a powerful way to raise awareness for childhood cancer research.

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Race Against Rare Leukemia

Read about little Ella and help create a treatment where one has never existed before for a rare type of leukemia.

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Bonfire Merch

Wear Your Support

Shop our CCRF apparel store and proceeds from your purchase will support vital research and family programming.

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Big Dream Tour

Big Dreams Tour

We are partnering with musician James Orrigo to provide three unique opportunities to bring to life the imaginations of kids fighting cancer.

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Zach playing guitar

The Zach Sobiech Osteosarcoma Fund

Zach and his family helped start the Zach Sobiech Osteosarcoma Fund at Children’s Cancer Research Fund. Directed proceeds from his music and other fundraisers help researchers tackle osteosarcoma.

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Katie Hageboeck

The Katie Hageboeck Children’s Cancer Research Fund Clinic

Katie's Clinic is designed to speed the translation of research into treatments for childhood cancer. It is adjacent to Masonic Children’s Hospital in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where one of the core areas is the treatment of the sickest kids with cancer or blood disorders.

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A world without childhood cancer is possible, but only with your help.

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