We are excited to share the second collaboration with Cultivator, a new online sneaker pop up. This exclusive collection of three limited-edition sneakers was crafted by teen and young adult members of the CCA Young Adult Alliance, drawing on their experience of facing cancer and serious illness.
We are proud to share that together we raised $1.2 million at the 18th annual Wonderball gala to fuel our mission of prescribing joy to seriously ill children and their families.
George’s time volunteering as a Chemo Pal for almost four years taught him a lot about life, courage, and the importance of being present.
October CCA Hero, Lyla, is a charming four-year-old with a smile that’s just as big as her personality. She loves painting, doing puzzles, baking, and reading books about her favorite characters.
What is it like for parents of seriously ill children? Nicole shares her side of the story and why she decided to sign up her daughter, Emme, for a Chemo Pal.
In collaboration with Channing Frye’s The Frye Family Foundation, and L’Angolo Estate, we hosted our first annual Give Joy, Get Joy event.
19-year-old Jake teaches basketball every summer in honor of his childhood friend, who passed away from cancer ten years ago.
Even though he’s only 10 months old, Cyrus – or “Squishy” as his mom and dad like to call him – is already melting hearts with his giant smile and goofy personality.
It was our honor to attend the 2nd annual Travelers’ Rest Festival, hosted by The Decemberists, capturing 12 artist’s performances for Bedstock.
September 1 marks the first day of National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and to celebrate, Australian singer-songwriter, Vance Joy released two ukulele lessons on MyMusicRx.org and on in-hospital networks in 25 hospitals nationwide.