More children die of childhood cancer than any other disease in the U.S., and every year 300,000 kids worldwide are diagnosed. And cancer doesn’t care about borders, race, nationality, age, socioeconomic status or religion—it can strike any child at any time.
Children with cancer hope for the same things that healthy children hope for—they dream of being princesses or pirates, walking on the moon, getting married and having children. But cancer gets in the way.
The St. Baldrick’s Foundation exists to allow these children to turn their dreams into realities. They’re at the heart of everything we do—from every event that is planned, to every volunteer who shaves, and every donor who gives.
We are here to fund research to give every child diagnosed with cancer the best possible chance for a cure and a long and healthy life.
The connection between St. Baldrick’s Foundation participants and our Honored Kids moves volunteers to raise more money and awareness, while also comforting families and their children with the knowledge that others are supporting them in the fight.
We invite you to visit our blog to read more about these remarkable kids and families and be inspired by their strength, determination and courage. Or, search below to find an honored child near you.
Are you interested in sharing your child’s story by signing them up to become an Honored Kid?