Mark Your Calendar for April 27, 2021
You’re invited to join the Alliance for Childhood Cancer for the 10th Annual Childhood Cancer Action Days. This virtual event brings our community together to advocate for important childhood cancer issues currently before Congress.
Your Voice Matters
We are at a critical point on several key policy issues for children with cancer, and we need a strong showing of advocates at Action Days 2021. Virtually sharing your story with members of Congress will ensure the voice of children with cancer is heard loud and clear!
Registration will open at 9 AM on Tuesday, February 16, 2021 and remain open through Friday, April 9, 2021.
Training will be virtually held on Tuesday, April 20th at 1 p.m. EST in preparation for the virtual Action Day on Tuesday, April 27th. This training will be recorded and shared with all registered attendees. More information about the training will be sent out closer to the training date.
Registration is Now Open. A registration fee of $10 per family will help cover training materials and registration packages that include tools to assist in advocacy endeavors.
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Faces of Childhood Cancer Project
Calling all childhood cancer families! As members of the childhood cancer community, we want our legislators to recognize that childhood cancer goes beyond statistics by showing them the faces of our children. Our children are more than just the cancer they experience. We have created the Faces of Childhood Cancer Project to share their stories with legislators at the upcoming virtual advocacy meetings. It’s a fun and meaningful activity that you can do from home!
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To participate in this project, we have created a form you can fill out and upload photos- we will format for you and create the one page document we need to submit to legislators.
Click here for a few general guidelines on creating your own project.
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