The Lighthouse Family Retreat – www.thelighthousefamilyretreat.org – provides seaside retreats for families living through childhood cancer
CureSearch – www.curesearch.org – provides current information about childhood cancers and a comprehensive resource directory
Camp Sunshine – www.mycampsunshine.com – provides year round programs for children with cancer and their families and summer camps for children and teens with cancer as well as sibling camps
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society – www.lls.org – provides resources for those with blood cancers
Brain Tumor Foundation for Children -www.braintumorkids.org – provides support services and programs for children with brain tumors and their families
The Aflac Cancer Center at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta – www.choa.org – provides care for children with cancer and is a friend and partner of CURE
Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities – www.armh.com – provides housing to families with children in Atlanta hospitals
Supersibs!- www.supersibs.org – dedicated to helping and honoring siblings of children with cancer
Remember the Rainbows – www.remembertherainbows.org – dedicated to supporting Georgia families that have lost a child to cancer
Flashes of Hope – www.flashesofhope.org – dedicated to creating powerful, uplifiting portraits of children fighting cancer and other life-threatening diseases
Candlelighters – www.candlelighters.org – dedicated to providing education and support to families of children with cancer and to advocating on their behalf
Coaches Curing Kids Cancer – www.curingkidscancer.org – dedicated to raising money for pediatric cancer research by redirecting end of season coaches gifts
CaringBridge – www.caringbridge.org – free, personal, and private websites that connect people experiencing a health challenge with family and friends.
Disclaimer: Although these websites are sponsored by reputable or nationally recognized organizations, the accuracy of the information can’t be guaranteed. The opinions you find are not necessarily endorsed by CURE Childhood Cancer. Information obtained on the Internet should be discussed with your physician as it pertains to your own situation.