Cure Childhood Cancer

Early Outreach

Screen Shot 2014-07-01 at 10.55.45 AMCURE recognizes the difficulties a childhood cancer diagnosis can present, which is why we believe so strongly in early outreach. By connecting you to your childhood cancer community at the outset of your child’s diagnosis, you will begin to recognize that you are not alone on this journey. CURE’s early outreach program intends to pull you from a place of isolation and set you in the center of a community of supporters. Being a CURE family allows you to gain access to important resources that will assist you as you navigate through the world of childhood cancer.

CURE Totes are an integral part of our Early Outreach Program.  These Totes, which are given to families at diagnosis, symbolize the beginning of our relationship with, and commitment to, the patients and their families throughout this journey. The Tote includes items that we believe the family will find useful including a Tip Booklet written by parents who have shared a similar journey.

CURE’s Early Outreach Program is strengthened by our overwhelming desire to ensure families do not feel alone – especially in the beginning. We make weekly visits to the outpatient clinics and inpatient units of hospitals to connect with families early in their diagnosis as well as reassure all families, regardless of the diagnosis date, that we want to be a continued source of support throughout the journey..

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    THE CURE STORE

    Be a walking advocate for children with cancer. Purchase CURE shirts, vests, hats and more from the CURE Store, where 100% of proceeds benefit CURE. Plus, you never know who you’ll strike up a conversation with while sporting your CURE gear. Click here to shop.

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    LAUREN’S RUN RACE RESULTS

    Thank you for attending the 22nd Annual Lauren’s Run 10k/5k/2k/Tot Trot and CURE Annual Picnic on April 24th at Concourse Office Park in Atlanta, GA. With your help, we had more than 2000 runners and raised more than $145,000 for pediatric cancer research. Please click here to check the race results.