Mind Map Journaling
Journaling is a well known emotional coping tool. It’s helpful for our families to have a place to write down the events of the day, so they can remember important milestones, but also to express their feelings, thoughts, and questions. However, writing in journal form is not for everyone, especially younger kids where writing sentences could be daunting. This is where using the concept of a mind map, often used for brainstorming and planning, can come in.
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
This September, we invite you to #GlowGold in honor, and in memory, of kids with cancer. Together, we will make a difference in the lives of those affected by childhood cancer, so that NO CHILD FIGHTS ALONE.
8-Year-Old “Cancer Bear Team” CEO Donates to Keaton’s Families
A big thank you to the Cancer Bear Team for donating these special bears for our families!
My Special Aflac Ducks Gifted to Keaton’s
Keaton’s Kiddo Asher received his Special Aflac Duck and was overjoyed while playing with his new friend!
Keaton’s Kiddos Experience the Magic of Build-A-Bear
Our Family Navigator team was honored to come alongside Build-A-Bear in Roseville, to host a special and private event for 9 Keaton’s families in our Program.
Keaton’s Kiddo Tyler & Family Make a Special Delivery to Bring Hope to Young Cancer Warriors!
Our goal is to bring this same feeling of care and joy to the families we serve, and with this AMAZING donation of toys from Tyler’s family and the community, we hope to make a memorable impact!
25 Years of “Chipping Away at Childhood Cancer”
Over 140 golfers, 50 community partners, and 30 volunteers joined efforts in the fight against childhood cancer.
Keaton’s Child Cancer Alliance – Mission in Motion May / June 2022
This year’s Disney Luau themed gathering provided joy-filled experiences, created special memories, and offered respite from daily cancer regimens.
Welcome Summer Intern Emily!
Join us in welcoming Emily as our summer intern!
Welcome Summer/Fall Intern Kaelin!
Join us in welcoming Kaelin as one of our summer/fall interns.