The mission of The Childhood Leukemia Foundation (CLF) is to educate, empower and raise awareness and the necessary funds to support programs that benefit children living with cancer. Our programs improve health literacy, increase self-esteem and empower cancer victims with hope. CLF believes that by working together, we can make a difference one child at a time.
Supported by an ever-growing network of passionate and devoted donors and volunteers, The Childhood Leukemia Foundation helps ease the day-to-day struggles of children fighting cancer and the families that love them.
The Childhood Leukemia Foundation is a national non-profit organization that provides a myriad of services – totally free of charge - to children battling cancer and their families. We work closely with social workers, care providers, families and loved ones to also provide meaningful information, dispensed in a practical manner befitting their challenging lifestyles. Our goal is to help children and families living with cancer by assisting them in managing their care and improving the quality of their lives. The Childhood Leukemia Foundation seeks to simplify otherwise taxing responsibilities using programs that are designed to educate and entertain while undergoing treatment.
- Providing a sense of physical and social normalcy
- Raising self esteem
- Encouraging physical participation and therapeutic play
- Maintaining a communications lifeline
- providing care management tools