Breakaway Cycling Adventure is a solo cycling challenge that raises funds for children with cancer.
Foundation launch Snipping for Hope, a campaign to raise money for childhood cancer
We hope that you are staying safe and finding ways to connect with loved ones despite these challenging times.
Join the STEM Biomedical team in the Run for Hope marathon on September 19th, 2020 in Waterloo, ON.
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We hope this finds you well. Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation and Childhood Cancer Canada have had a...
Join us on Thursday April 2, 2020 for the 10th annual IT4CC, a fundraising initiative in support of our Foundation.
It is with great sadness that we inform our Childhood Cancer Canada friends and families about the passing of Elizabeth Gill.
Event was Hosted by Longtime Advocates and Canadian Philanthropists Shantelle and Yannick Bisson (Murdoch Mysteries)
Childhood Cancer Canada and Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation Announce Plan to Affect a Business Combination
Aidan Reil was only 10-years old when he was diagnosed with Gliomatosis cerebri, a rare form of brain cancer. His dad, Wayne remembers...
On May 7, 2019 the Childhood Cancer Canada Flag was raised at the City Halls in both Toronto and Halifax.
For the 1,000 Canadian children who are diagnosed with cancer every year, pain is a common experience. Pain can be an initial...
Childhood Cancer Canada (CCC) opens the market in celebration of February 15 as International Childhood Cancer Awareness Day.
As Childhood Cancer Canada continues to grow, we are in awe of the youth that steps up to the plate to raise awareness and funds for chil...
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Carrie Walls story about her daughter and families childhood cancer have made it into the National Post.
Childhood Cancer Canada will be featuring families that have been affected by childhood cancer.
The 4th Annual Small but Mighty Gold Walk in Saskatoon honoured children that have been affected by pediatric cancer.