CCA Teams up with the State of Oregon to Launch “Wear a Mask for Me” PSA Campaign

Beginning today, Oregonians statewide will see a new round of “Wear a Mask” public service anouncements—this time, starring the masked-up faces of young patients and families served by Children’s Cancer Association.  “September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and we are all-too-aware of the vulnerability of this population,” commented Governor Kate Brown. “We are impressed and grateful that these seriously… Read more »

Joy Delivery Update: Part Two

Seriously ill children, teens, and their families remain isolated in quarantine, cut off from the support of extended family, friends, and the world around them. CCA is committed to continuing service delivery for this vulnerable population, who are deeply impacted by this pandemic.  With physical distancing strategies in place, our team continues to innovate new methods to deliver JoyRx remotely. Here are some of the ways our… Read more »

A Bright Spot in Bo’s Journey

The pandemic has left many of us experiencing heightened feelings of anxiety, stress, uncertainty, and isolation—feelings incredibly familiar to Lance and Chloe, whose son, Bo, was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia (AML) when he was just nine months old. Between four inpatient stays totaling 166 days away from home and extra precautions during and after… Read more »

FY19 Report to Our Community

A Note from Our Founder The success of our efforts lies in the strength of our connections; our community makes Joy possible every day for thousands of seriously ill kids and teens—thank you. For nearly 25 years, CCA has had the privilege to work alongside medical practitioners, augmenting standard treatment protocols to holistically improve the… Read more »