We seek to inspire hope to everyone impacted by cancer. Our programs are designed to serve all members of our local community. Uniting people to inspire hope by taking the journey together.
A library program of resource books and materials donated to media centers throughout the community. Designed to support kids, teens, and families who have been impacted by all types of cancer.
Crafted for kids 5-12 to help support and inspire hope in the midst of big feelings around a loved one being diagnosed with cancer. Built to promote better mental and emotional health by giving kids an outlet to explore and understand their feelings judgement free.
Gifts of Education scholarships are awarded to graduating seniors in the Corridor whose lives have been impacted by a cancer diagnosis in their immediate family.
Youth Advisory Board (YAB) is a collective of high school students across the Corridor who cultivate higher levels of volunteer engagement with local area teens, and assist with our Cancer Really Sucks! program.
A website designed for teens where they can share their stories and discuss their feelings in a safe, and moderated, space.
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