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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.

As we prepare to saber the champagne to open tonight’s Out of the Kitchen, CURE would like to thank The St. Regis for presenting the event, Steak Shapiro for hosting, and all of the incredible chefs for contributing their time and talent. We are excited to begin this culinary adventure and thrilled about the impact it will have on children fighting cancer. #outofthekitchenatl
Give the Gift of CURE this Holiday Season! 
We are hosting three Holiday Pop-Up Shops so you can give a special gift to those on your list while giving hope to children with cancer at the same time. 
We have a limited-edition long sleeve Comfort Colors holiday shirt and through a partnership with Glory Haus, Inc., we are excited to offer new, co-branded CURE/Glory Haus inspirational items for your home. 
Stop by our Holiday Pop-Up Shop at our office (200 Ashford Center North, ste 250), from 9am-4pm on the following Fridays: November 16, November 30, December 7 
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On Saturday November 24th, Killer Creek Harley-Davidson (@killercreekhd) and Blackberry Smoke (@blackberrysmoke) are teaming up to host a charity motorcycle ride benefiting CURE Childhood Cancer. Hosted by Atlanta Braves Hall of Fame Pitcher, Tom Glavine, the ride will begin at Tabernacle Atlanta Parking Lot and end at Marietta Cobb Museum of Art. At the museum, participants will have the opportunity to enjoy the David Uhl Art Exhibit, featuring an original painting of Glavine. A donation to CURE is required to participate in the ride. Riders should plan to assemble at Tabernacle Atlanta Parking Lot at 10:30 am, with kickstands up by 11:00 am. Walk ups are welcome. The ride should take approximately an hour depending on traffic. All funds from the ride will go to CURE. ⠀
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Our calendar has all the details.
Thank you to the @NewYorkLife Foundation for the $25,000 Community Impact Grant that will provide patient and family support, specifically bereavement care and counseling for families that have lost a child to cancer. We are thrilled to be able to enhance these services to the patients and families we serve through this generous grant.
Timmy was over-the-moon excited for Chick-fil-A day that he talked about it to the nurses all morning. When he found out Food Lion had donated Snickerdoodle cookies, it made his day even better. Thanks for supporting kids in treatment!
Every September childhood cancer survivor, Nolan and his sister, Aubrey work hard with the stylists and staff at Belle de Jour (@belledejoursalon) in Atlanta to raise money for CURE! This September they raised $22,500. What an amazing total. Thank you all for giving back.
We’re teaming up with Fun Academy Motion Pictures for the entire month of November. To celebrate the release of Sgt. Stubby, An American Hero, they
Thank you to Piedmont Church for their donation in honor of Lake Bozman as a part of their Love Does offering. Pictured with CURE’s Executive Director, Kristin Connor is Lake’s mother, Anna in front of her handsome son’s picture.
We love to celebrate the milestones of children fighting cancer. This is not our traditional milestone, but something Braylynn was excited to celebrate. In between chemos, she got a dose of encouragement from the one and only, Mickey Mouse.
CURE wishes everyone a Happy Halloween. ⠀
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Remember to be careful driving tonight - children are everywhere. #happyhalloween
Braylynn
In 1982, a wrestling match with his brother took Jamin to the hospital where doctors found a Wilm
Through their Smile program, Amazon is temporarily raising its donation rate to 5% - now through Nov. 2. When you shop Amazon, point your browser to smile.amazon.com, choose a CURE Childhood Cancer as your charity, and then shop like normal. All prices and products are the same as they would be otherwise!⠀
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Shopping and helping kids with cancer is certainly something to smile about!
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Please join us in welcoming Andy Shearer to CURE
Thank you so much to Red Barn Homes and ROC.STAR Kids for sponsoring and serving yesterday’s lunch at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Aflac Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at both Scottish Rite and Egleston. We appreciate your ongoing support for CURE and the dedication you have for serving these patients and families through our Open Arms Lunch Program.
When Lauren was only two years old, she was diagnosed with neuroblastoma – a pediatric cancer of the nervous system. After several months of treatment, her tumor shrunk, and she was declared cancer-free.⠀
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When her health improved, Lauren dreamed of being a cheerleader. She joined a competitive squad and even made her school team. Then at 15, she was primed for high school cheering until she began experiencing hip and leg pain that sidelined her. In February 2017, an MRI revealed new lesions and she discovered that once again, neuroblastoma had invaded her body.⠀
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She fought again through several treatments with an incredibly positive attitude and recently told us this:⠀
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"We found out that the new treatment was working! The disease in my bone marrow was lessening, and the tumors were shrinking! My hair is growing back! My cancer journey has made me realize that you have to live life to the fullest and never give up!”
Only a few tickets remain!⠀
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Once again, we are in awe of Livvie and her heart for children fighting cancer. This is the third time she
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