dark-100

BELIEF

Conviction and action are childhood cancer's worst nightmare.

CURE Childhood Cancer is honored to be supported by a large grassroots following of committed volunteers and advocates. Known as Believers, these committed individuals help drive our initiatives forward every day.

Continuing to bring the heat.

"When we saw how little was being done on the federal level and how devastating childhood cancer is, my wife Chris and I decided we had to help. Our support for CURE is 24/7, and we love every minute it."

Tom Glavine
Hall of Fame Atlanta Braves pitcher

You might be a hero.

Even our funniest Believer can get serious when it comes to defeating childhood cancer. Just listen to Jeff Foxworthy and see why CURE is so grateful for his involvement.

Literally at the children's side.

"You bet I'm a Believer. I have spent time with children receiving treatment for pediatric cancer and seen all the inspiration I need on their faces. Just like I can see the passion on the faces of everyone at CURE."

John Deushane
President & General Manager, WXIA-TV
CURE Advisory Council Member

Spare time proved to be the most valuable of all.

"Getting involved with CURE was the easiest and most rewarding decision I ever made."

CURE volunteer,
Leigh-Ann

The words enthusiasm and mission
spread far and wide.

There is a new store getting ready to open in downtown Woodstock and it is very special. Dulce Artisan Gelato will create and serve handmade, all-natural, artisan gelato and sorbets. ⠀
⠀
The idea for the business formed during Noemi
Are you #readytogogold? These girls are making gold mailbox bows that will adorn mailboxes all over Georgia during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in September. Click the link in our bio to purchase. Pick-up will be at our Friday pop-up shops at the CURE office. The dates are:  August 17, August 24, August 31, September 7, September 14 from 9 am – 4 pm. Stop by and get ready to GoGold4CURE! .
.
.
#childhoodcancer #childhoodcancerawareness #morethan4 #kidsgetcancertoo #curechildhoodcancer #gogold #fightcancer #Atlanta #survivor #pediatriccancer #hope
In the past 12 years, CURE has dedicated over $25 million to life-saving research aimed at finding cures for cancers that affect children. Click the link in our bio to read about where we are investing our latest award of nearly $4 million! .
.
.
.
#childhoodcancer #childhoodcancerawareness #morethan4 #kidsgetcancertoo #curechildhoodcancer #gogold #fightcancer #Atlanta #savannah #survivor #pediatriccancer #hope
It is a fact that incidence rates of childhood cancer are on the rise. CURE Childhood Cancer exists to find safer and more effective treatments for cancers that affect children. Click the link in our bio to see how you can join us.
.
.
.
.
#childhoodcancer #childhoodcancerawareness #morethan4 #kidsgetcancertoo #curechildhoodcancer #gogold #fightcancer #Atlanta #savannah #survivor #pediatriccancer #hope #brave
If you heard a bell ringing last Friday it was for Janay
Jo Jo
Got some spare change? Did you know your nickels, dimes, and quarters could help CURE Childhood Cancer? Registration for @coins4cure is now open! Put your spare change to work for kids - click the link in their bio or go to www.coins4cure.org/sign-up and register now!
Melissa, Mary Elizabeth, and Lake are the inspirations behind the United Fund, a Named Fund at CURE that is working to end Pediatric AML. Today marks the third anniversary of Melissa
Jorge wants to be a zookeeper and we are working hard to make sure he has every opportunity to do just that! Discover how you can help by clicking the link in our profile.
She
The Atlanta United is the hottest team in town and the club has generously provided discounted tickets for September 22 vs. Real Salt Lake, with a portion of each ticket sold benefiting CURE. Cheer on our hometown team and fight childhood cancer at the same time. Get your tickets now by going to www.atlutd.com/cure and using the promocode: CURE
Are you looking to join the fight against childhood cancer? The best way to make others aware of childhood cancer is through your words as you share your child’s journey.
In just 9 years, families like yours have raised over $2 million dollars for critical, life-saving research through our CURE’s Kids Conquer Cancer One Day at a Time. By sharing your child’s story during September’s Childhood Cancer Awareness month, you will not only make a big difference for children currently on treatment, but also for those precious children who have yet to be diagnosed.
If you would like to know more about how you can participate, please contact Lisa Branch at lisa@curechildhoodcancer.org.
We have an easy way to help CURE while you shop. Go to smile.amazon.com and designate CURE Childhood Cancer as the charity you support. Using Amazon Smile is a simple way to help us fight childhood cancer. 
Shop, Save, CURE.
Wishing you a Safe & Happy Independence Day from all of us at CURE.
Has your child reached a milestone in their journey with cancer? We
The folks at Wework focus on community and their Atlanta group came together learn about local children fighting cancer. By assembling and donating toiletry bags, they were able to do something that will help families who have an unexpected or lengthy hospital stay.
From time to time we meet people who stand out because of their passion and courage. Jere was one of those men. After encountering children suffering through childhood cancer treatment, he became determined to do something to help and would let nothing stand in his way - even his own cancer diagnosis. Unfortunately, Jere lost his battle with cancer. But his friends were determined to finish what he started and created Kickstands Up to Kick Cancer out in Jere
Please join us in celebrating Garrett’s milestone. After a year of treatment for lymphoblastic t-cell lymphoma and several complications, he recently reached the maintenance phase of his treatment and hopes to get back to high school soon. “He’s a fighter and a hero,” says his mother. Congratulations on this milestone, Garrett. Keep fighting!
Please join us in welcoming Nick Kray to CURE
Eleven years ago, Sam Robb lost his battle with cancer. Since that time, his family and friends have worked hard to honor his memory. The Sam Robb Fund at CURE has raised over $850,000 to fund five research fellows and serve Open Arms Meals to patients and their families in treatment. Today we remember Sam, and we are proud to serve alongside the Robb family until there is a cure.
dark-100

FOR THE KIDS

If you believe childhood cancers can and should be solved, join us.

Become a Believer

Join Our Newsletter

Subscribe