Bedstock an online music festival where artists perform from bed in solidarity with sick kids spending the holidays stuck in their hospital beds. The festival has raised an astounding $88,000 and counting, almost DOUBLE the amount raised last year!
We are happy to announce that Charity Navigator and Global Giving have acknowledged CCA as one of the top organizations demonstrating a commitment to financial accountability and transparency, as well as learning and effectiveness.
Portland Trail Blazer, Meyers Leonard, and his wife Elle host a fun Christmas party ballgame and tour of the Blazer facility for CCA-served kids and their family.
For the last three years, we’ve had the honor of hosting Conversations in Innovation, where some of Oregon’s influential business leaders from a variety of industries come to discuss innovation in Portland.
As 2017 comes to a close, please consider making a last-minute gift to help CCA deliver JOY to kids and families in the fight against serious illness.
At CCA, we are JOY SEEKERS. And although you may not realize it yet, YOU are a JOY SEEKER too. For the last 22 years, we at CCA have asked ourselves repeatedly: what can JOY do?
In conclusion to our three-part series, the adorable Sol received a special surprise through a community collaboration between Children’s Cancer Association (CCA), Hillsboro Costco, Solowave, and McCarthy Building Companies’ “Heart Hats.”
It’s time to add your voice to Bedstock with the #BedstockChallenge. Hop in bed, sing a song and help us raise money for MyMusicRx through the end of December.
The Children’s Cancer Association (CCA) and MyMusicRx are pleased to announce the return of Bedstock, a life-changing, award-winning, online music festival where bands perform from bed as a show of solidarity with thousands of sick kids spending the holidays in hospital beds. November 28th, Giving Tuesday, hop in bed and tune in to Bedstock.com.
At CCA, we understand the healing power of JOY found in a favorite song, a walk in a nature, or the embrace of a friend. Like you, we’ve either had cancer, or loved someone who did. We believe that joy grows exponentially when it’s used collectively, and invite you to share this video with your community today.