No family should fight cancer alone. These resources and organizations can make the weight of this disease a little lighter.

Podcasts & Media

Family ChemoTherapy: Podcasts and blog posts focused on the psychosocial wellbeing of children with cancer and their families. Hosted by Adriana Lewin, a Licensed Professional Counselor and trauma therapist with personal connection to the pediatric cancer community. Check out my episode on Family ChemoTherapy.

Living with Scanxiety: Podcasts that promote hope, support, and inform caregivers with a child that has cancer. Hosted by a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and parent of a warrior, Rosaria also informs caregivers using peer reviewed medical journals addressing the unique needs of children with cancer. Check out my episode on Living With Scanxiety.
Help and Hope Happen Here: Podcast interviews featuring childhood cancer survivors, family members, medical providers, and advocates. Check out my episode on Help and Hope Happen Here.
I Draw Childhood Cancer: E-books and art that illustrates how cancer treatment works in child-friendly language and images. Created by former Disney animator and father of a childhood cancer survivor, Angus Olsen.

Instrumental Support

Hope Portal: Registry of foundations dedicated to serving families affected by childhood cancer, curated by Coalition Against Childhood Cancer.

Cooper Trooper Foundation: Championing the fight against childhood cancer through sibling support and research funding.

NEGU - Jessie Rees Foundation: Free, monthly care packages for children undergoing cancer treatment.

SuperSibs!: Free supportive mailings for siblings ages 4-18.
American Childhood Cancer Organization: Free books to support all members of the family and toys that promote medical play.

Travel & Connection

Campaign One At A Time: Wish-granting and community building for children with life threatening illnesses and their families.

Children's Oncology Camping Association: Camps for children with cancer, siblings, and families.