Kids with Cancer

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

by St. Baldrick's Foundation
August 28, 2012
We fight childhood cancer all year long, but September is a special time of year where we raise our voices, our hearts, and our hands to let it be known that we will conquer childhood cancers.

Every 3 minutes, a child is diagnosed with cancer – that’s 175,000 children each year. Each of these kids, and their families, has a story of how their life was forever changed by cancer. We’ll be sharing the stories of these inspirational kids throughout the month and ask that you share them with your friends, family, neighbors, and most importantly, anyone who has not joined the fight.

Children are underdogs in the fight against cancer – they need your help.

If you want to do more, if that voice inside your head is telling you to do more, consider making a donation or registering for a St. Baldrick’s event near you to help fund lifesaving research. You could change the story.