When 10-year-old Holly died from cancer, her older sister, Emily, wanted to honor her memory. Holly lived a musical life, so it was only fitting that Emily write a song. Watch her perform “In My Heart” and learn more about how music is helping Holly’s family to heal.
Paris’ life got tipped upside down when a small mole turned out to be melanoma, but this fearless young lady wasn’t about to let it get in the way of living an adventurous life.
CCA volunteers make a powerful difference in the lives of children facing serious illness. In return, you’ll find your own life changed by the extraordinary spirit of these courageous kids. Explore what’s right for you.
CCA is proud to be partnering with barre3 co-founder and CEO, Sadie Lincoln, and with barre3 Seattle Capitol Hill and Roosevelt studio owner, Mary Lytle, on two great gift ideas to benefit CCA.
Donate to Win one-of-a-kind items and experiences while giving the gift of music medicine to hospitalized kids this holiday season.
“Two days after my daughter’s second birthday, I was handed a teddy bear and told by a doctor, ‘I’m sorry, it looks like Heaven has blood cancer.’ I hate that bear.” – A letter from Heaven’s mom about the struggles of life with cancer.