Join us throughout the year for exciting events that raise money for childhood cancer research. There’s something for everyone!
Help a Family
Do you know a family who has a child with cancer? These articles offer advice on the best ways to show you're there to support them.
Be a changemaker for children fighting cancer.
Children fighting cancer deserve to know there is a whole community behind them, fighting for more research, better treatments and safer cures. Whether you want to start a fundraiser, spread awareness, partner with us or give directly, you have the power to make a real difference in the lives of children with cancer.
Here are the different ways you can help fight childhood cancer:
Raise money for childhood cancer research
Kids affected by cancer deserve better, safer treatments – and you can help them by quickly and easily setting up a fundraiser for childhood cancer research. You can create your own fundraiser for an event, milestone, challenge or to honor someone. Join a community of dedicated fundraisers who want to make a difference for kids fighting cancer.
Treatments for osteosarcoma, the cancer that took teen singer/songwriter Zach Sobiech too soon, haven’t improved in decades. Zach wanted his legacy to change that. By supporting Zach’s Movement, you are helping fund research for better treatments for kids with osteosarcoma.
We can help you go beyond the typical sponsorship by creating a customized corporate partnership. Whether your goal is to rally your employees around a great cause or build trust and goodwill in your community, we can help you do it – while supporting much-needed research for kids fighting cancer.
Join a passionate community
Join us throughout the year for exciting events that raise money for childhood cancer research. Whether you’re interested in cycling, golfing, dancing, walking and more – there’s something for everyone! These events are critical to funding groundbreaking research that will make treatments safer and more effective for kids fighting cancer.
Our next event is the 140 Invitational Golf Tournament in August.
Raise awareness about childhood cancer
At CCRF, we work to amplify the stories of families experiencing childhood cancer. Sharing your experience can raise awareness for what is needed in the world of childhood cancer research. There are many different ways to share your story, and our outreach coordinator will work with you to find what you’re most comfortable with.