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In the U.S., over 13,000 children under the age of 21 are diagnosed with cancer or are being treated for a life-threatening condition every year.

OUR MISSION

In the U.S., over 13,000 children under the age of 21 are diagnosed with cancer or are being treated for a life-threatening condition every year. Teens living with cancer, Diabetes, Sickle-cell Disease, ITP, Blood Disorders, Crohn’s disease, Cerebral Palsy, Cystic Fibrosis, Cardiovascular Disease, or severe Asthma, especially struggle with unique concerns during their treatments.

WHAT DO I DO WHILE I'M WAITING FOR THE CURE?

For a lot of teens and young adults, getting treatments is not fun, not to mention that it takes them away from what should be their ‘normal’ life. Teens can feel isolated when there is no place to go, except their sterile hospital room, and they have totally different emotional and social needs that are not being met. This is why what we do matters!

 

  • Here's the Story

    For a lot of hospitalized children, treatments can be harsh. Teen Kits make the hospital stay a lot more comfortable, and provide a huge boost during what may be the most difficult time of their life! Teen Kits, Lounges, and Social Activities lets these teens know that someone cares, and understands their challenges while they wait for the cure. 

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