Australian singer-songwriter, Vance Joy, has teamed up with MyMusicRx and Kala Brand for the “Vance Joy Ukuleles for Kids” initiative. Children’s hospitals across the country are invited to sign up to receive up to five free-of-charge “Ukuleles for Kids” kits for patients to use during their hospital stays.
The new digital service, MyMusicRx.org, empowers hospitalized kids to shift, plan, and grow through music by utilizing a proprietary mood-shift tool to help them feel better, faster.
We teamed up with BurnCycle, The Lab X Burn, and BurnMVMT to bring Summer Joy Games back to the field of Providence Park, raising $15,000 for our programs!
We’re excited to be a creator for Cultivator on our first shoe: the Joy Force 1, a limited-edition white/white AF1 with CCA’s iconic purple. Get yours today!
Self-professed Kids Cancer Hero, CS Sheffield, is on a mission to provide joy to kids in the hospital. What he’s achieved in the last eight years is nothing short of remarkable.
In 2007, Karen’s life changed dramatically when her granddaughter, Lauren, was diagnosed with T-Cell Leukemia. Karen witnessed firsthand the pain and hardship her granddaughter faced, but there was one thing which helped them all get through it; Music.
On a sweltering, 95-degree day in June, Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club co-founder, Gay Davis, teed off the 8th annual Golf for Joy fundraiser raising nearly $350,000 for the Children’s Cancer Association (CCA)!
Move over, Von Trapps—Austin has arrived! This talented ten-year-old boy plays five instruments—many of which he learned with the help of MyMusicRx.
Sarah Peterson is a former intern with the Chemo Pal Mentor Program, who used her social work major to make a difference for kids in the hospital.
It’s our honor to announce Danielle York as the new President and General Manager at the Children’s Cancer Association (CCA). York joins CCA at a time of significant organizational growth and will lead all business lines for the Portland-based non-profit.