Every single day more than 40 children are diagnosed with cancer and families’ lives are turned upside down. When parents are faced with the overwhelming stress of having a child with cancer, they need to put everything aside and focus on getting the best possible treatment to save their child’s life.

The average cost of treating childhood cancer is a staggering $833,000. It would be impossible for any parent to prepare for the emotional and financial toll childhood cancer takes on a family. But we’re here to help… NO MATTER WHAT. Whether it is across town or across the country, because of you we can provide the financial assistance to travel to lifesaving treatment.

Because no family should go through childhood cancer alone

With over 30 years of experience serving more than 43,000 children and distributing nearly $66 million to families, the NCCS is a master navigator of the daunting world of childhood cancer. We help families stay strong, stay positive and stay together.

Did you know the average cost to treat a child with cancer is over $800,000?

Watch our video to learn how your donation to the NCCS can help alleviate some of the financial obstacles of childhood cancer.

7th Annual “An Evening with the Cardinals”

Mark your calendars for January 26, 2019 so you don’t miss this wonderful event featuring Cardinals Hall-of-Famers Chris Carpenter and Jim Edmonds.

Letters from Santa!

Surprise your child with a personalized Letter from Santa—postmarked from the North Pole!*

Meet Our Kids!

Meet some of the kids we’ve helped throughout the years. We’re sure they will inspire you – just as they inspire us every day!

From Our Corporate Partners


Save on your prescriptions and help children with cancer when you use the NCCS discount prescription drug card.

5 Star Playing Cards

Hartwell Holdings offers a fun way to show your support of the NCCS with its 5 Star brand gaming products exclusively sold at WalMart & Walmart.com.

Your Donation Dollars at Work

Hazel was just two years old when diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Hazel and her mom or dad made the over 200 mile trip to the hospital a minimum of twice a month for treatment. Their travel costs added up quickly. Thankfully, the NCCS stepped in to provide financial support for the journeys to and from the hospital.

Scholar Stories

The Beyond the Cure Ambassador Scholarship Program awards college scholarships to childhood cancer survivors who have demonstrated the ability to overcome the difficult challenges of cancer with determination and motivation. Forty (40) $3,500 scholarships will be awarded each academic year.

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