Cure Childhood Cancer

CURE’s Kids Conquer Cancer

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September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and CURE is committed to raising awareness of childhood cancer through sharing the journeys of the brave children who fight this monster of a disease every day.

“CURE’s Kids Conquer Cancer One Day at a Time” is an initiative aimed at the goals of educating and empowering. Each day in September, CURE will highlight a very special child in our CURE family who has been affected by cancer. We will share their stories of diagnosis, treatment, courage. We will share stories of survivorship and loss. We will open and change hearts as we honor and remember our children.

We will also work together to raise money to fight back. With our help, each family participating will attempt to raise a minimum of $1,000. In September 2014, CURE’s Kids raised more than $247,000 – all of which was directed toward CURE’s 2014-2015 research initiative: specific research projects aimed at improving survival for difficult to cure pediatric cancers. What better way to give meaning to Childhood Cancer Awareness Month than to advance research for cures?

Click below to view our 2015 CURE’s Kids. Once there, click each child’s name to read their unique story as well as make a donation to their fundraising efforts.

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    ANNUAL REPORT

    CURE’s latest annual report has arrived. Click here to read the full report of our year’s progress, including inspirational stories of some of the families CURE has supported.

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    SISTERS ON A JOURNEY

    Purchase a table now for the special Sisters on a Journey dinner, program and auction, benefiting Catie’s Fund of CURE Childhood Cancer. 2016 will host three dinners in Savannah (2/20), Effingham (3/19) and Statesboro (4/16). To purchase tickets, contact Mandy Garola at mandy@curechildhoodcancer.org.