The Children's Cancer Caring Center is a not-for-profit corporation organized and operated for the purpose of raising funds to support pediatric oncology research and a FREE total care program for children regardless of race, color or ethnic origin afflicted with cancer; to administer and maintain FREE ancillary programs that alleviate suffering and anguish of these children and their families; and educate individuals and groups to the profound needs of cancer stricken children.
Montage of Children's Cancer Caring Center survivors and current patients.
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Children's Cancer Caring Center survivor stories.
Of the thousands saved, 70 long-term survivors from all over the country, attended the CCCC's 50th Anniversary Celebration. Survivors showing the age they were diagnosed.
Annual Holiday Extravaganza for 600 in attendance held at the Miami Beach Convention Center. Attendees include long-term survivors, some with children of their own, and current patients under treatment along with their families.
Making wishes come true. Fan of the Miami Heat, patient Asael S. meeting Dwane Wade.
CCCC patient Emily B. celebrating her Quince.
Total Medical Care Program
Totally free care and treatment program for young cancer victims.
Providing assistance to CCCC families in need of non-medical items such as limited transportation, food, personal items, etc.
Summer Camp Program
The official free summer oncology camp program of the CCCC, provides a unique and exciting fun-filled 9-day sleep-away and travel summer camp experienced under full medical supervision.
Joey's Love & Wishes Program
Providing "Happiness Medicine" through special wishes made by, and granted to, each and every CCCC youngster.