How We Help
Whether a child has just been diagnosed, is currently in treatment, or completed treatment years ago, The National Children's Cancer Society is here to help. Our Pediatric Oncology Program (POP) provides financial and emotional support to families throughout the United States during their child’s cancer treatment. The "Beyond the Cure" Survivorship Program (BTC) provides the most up-to-date information on survivorship to help survivors and their adapt and celebrate life after diagnosis.
We encourage you to join our online community. It’s a private network for parents, caregivers & survivors of childhood cancer to connect, share and offer support to one another.
Around the World
The NCCS Global Outreach Program partners with pharmaceutical companies to distribute donated cancer treatment drugs and medical supplies around the world. Since its inception in 1993, the program has distributed more than $292 million in medical products to 58 facilities in 41 countries around the world. It’s been estimated that more than 108,000 children have been treated from the generous support of the Global Outreach Program corporate partners.
The NCCS provides many valuable resources to healthcare professionals involved in the treatment of childhood cancer and the many challenges associated with survivorship. Click on the links below to learn more about NCCS’ professional support.