Watch this video and learn more about us and our mission!
Alicia Rose passed away from a rare form of cancer at the young age of 17. Throughout her hospitalization, she found there was little for teens to do to escape the rigors of their treatment. Inspired by Alicia's spirit, strength of character, and courageous battle, the Alicia Rose Victorious Foundation was created in 2002.
To reach every adolescent admitted to children's hospitals across the country facing cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.
The Alicia Victorious Foundation is dedicated to bringing hope, comfort, and
entertainment to in-patient children faced with cancer & other life-threatening illnesses.
ARVF provides unique one-of-a-kind "Victorious 4 Teens" Programs in over
100 children's hospitals across the country.
ARVF has raised over $1.4m, making a difference in the lives of over 70,000 critically-ill children.
ARVF raised awareness and provided education through National legislation
of Teen Cancer Awareness Week.
"We appreciate your support & generosity! Thanks again for everything you do for the children & teens treated here." Katie Lawhead, Child Life Specialist II & Coordinator of Donations MCG Children's Medical Center