Childhood Leukemia Foundation proudly promotes patient education, advocacy, self-esteem and most of all – smiles. All programs are free of charge, and available to any pediatric cancer patient living in the continental United States.
Each program has been specifically designed to help meet the emotional and educational needs of these very special children.
Childhood Leukemia Foundation was founded in 1992 to educate and empower children 21 years or younger diagnosed with all forms of cancer. Childhood Leukemia Foundation’s programs increase self-esteem, and give children the opportunity to have fun experiences and be better able to cope with cancer.
Since inception, Childhood Leukemia Foundation has strived to maximize the effectiveness of its programs by developing new strategies to meet the needs of children with cancer, as well as refining existing programs based on feedback from children, parents and health professionals.
Throughout the years Childhood Leukemia Foundation has maintained and expanded its hospital network to include more than 250 hospitals in major cities across the United States.