Speak Up for Kids’ Cancer

Whether you’ve shaved your head, fundraised, have a personal connection, or just have a heart for kids with cancer, then you’re a childhood cancer advocate.

And this advocacy network is for you.

You can help make childhood cancer research a national priority

The United States Congress makes thousands of decisions on which causes to financially support, and there are hundreds of compelling stories to persuade them.

Sadly, childhood cancer research receives just a small fraction of government funding and so much more is desperately needed to make progress.

Join Speak Up for Kids’ Cancer and we can raise our voices together

Sign up for our emails and receive:

  • Information on childhood cancer issues
  • Timely alerts with simple ways to help
  • Advocacy tools and training

The realities of childhood cancer

Whether you're heading to the Hill, or you're sending a tweet to your representative, these are a few realities you should know.

Take action with these simple and powerful advocacy steps

Questions? Email Danielle

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Danielle Leach

Director of Government Relations and Advocacy, at: advocacy@stbaldricks.org

We’re proud members of these advocacy coalitions

  • Alliance for Childhood Cancer
  • One Voice Against Cancer
  • Patient Quality of Life Coalition
  • Charitable Giving Coalition