Programs and Services Provided by Children’s Cancer Network

It’s All About You

It’s All About You is a non-medical program focusing on health and wellness for children, teens, siblings, and parents affected by childhood cancer. Recognizing that wellness and feeling good involve positively affecting the mind, body, and spirit, this initiative focuses on ways to increase knowledge, build self-esteem, learn positive coping skills, develop relationships with others who have similar experiences, and have fun in a relaxed and encouraging environment. More Information

Scholarships

Children’s Cancer Network awards scholarships each year to cancer survivors and immediate family members whose lives and college savings have been changed by childhood cancer. Survivors of childhood cancer, their parents and siblings, as well as immediate family members of those who did not survive their cancer are encouraged to apply for these scholarships. More Information

Adopt-A-Family Programs

Children’s Cancer Network responds to the needs of Arizona families experiencing financial distress during the winter holidays or back to school season. Families in need are identified by the pediatric oncology health care teams and referred to Children’s Cancer Network. Providing clothing, age appropriate toys, supplies, gas and food cards, and essential household items, the goal of the Adopt-A-Family Programs is to set up families for success throughout the year. More Information

Admission Bag Program

When a family first hears the devastating words, “Your child has cancer,” Children’s Cancer Network is there. Valued at over $100, the Children’s Cancer Network Admission Bag provides resources, practical necessities, and reassuring comforts for an unexpected hospital stay. More Information

Gas and Food Card Programs

The regular day-to-day expenses of living do not stop when a family has a child with cancer. Funding to cover food and gasoline are consistently cited as major needs for families facing the unexpected diagnosis of cancer. Children’s Cancer Network works to help these families by supplying gas and food cards. More Information

Ronald McDonald House Adopt-A-Room Program and Dinners

As a sponsor for the Adopt-a-Room Program, Children’s Cancer Network individually decorated and continues to maintain an efficiency apartment at the Ronald McDonald House at Phoenix Children’s Hospital’s campus. Children’s Cancer Network also participates in the Ronald McDonald Dinner Program where our volunteers plan the menu, purchase the food, cook, and serve the meal for families staying at the House. More Information

Health Care Collaborations / Partnership with Arizona Pediatric Oncology Teams

Children’s Cancer Network is proud to partner with each of the pediatric oncology teams in Arizona. More Information