Hope, Strength, and Healing for families coping with a child cancer diagnosis

Keaton’s Child Cancer Alliance – Mission in Motion January / February 2022

Keaton’s Child Cancer Alliance is committed to strengthening resilience through hope, connectivity, advocacy, and empowerment. Our Thriving Together Programs will provide peer-to-peer support among young patients, teens, siblings, survivors, warriors, caretakers, and bereaved families. Foundational elements include an emphasis on coping strategies, increased access to mental health support, and customized support from a trauma-informed lens.

Our precious children’s lives are forever changed by a cancer diagnosis. Parents and caretakers are fighting every single day to save their child’s life.

Throughout 2021, Keaton’s served the increased demands for comprehensive, family support services in our region. Thanks to our community, over 400 pediatric cancer patients and their families, totaling over 1,800 individuals, received customized support through our Family Navigator Programs. Thank you for your continued passion and dedication to fighting childhood cancers. Together we will overcome. Together we will overcome and heal from the effects of pediatric cancer.

Keaton’s Child Cancer Alliance – Mission in Motion September 2022

In this Special September Edition of Keaton’s Mission in Motion Join us to “#Glow Gold” for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month – Meet Our Childhood Cancer Awareness Ambassadors, Discover Ways that You Can Raise Awareness & Make a Difference, Learn Childhood Cancer Awareness Facts, Get Details on Special Community Events & Opportunities Supporting the Cause, & Explore Ways to Sponsor & Support Keaton’s 10th Annual Glow for Gold Gala

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Introducing Keaton’s Teen Alliance

Keaton’s Child Cancer Alliance has officially launched the Keaton’s Teen Alliance program created by teens, for teens! With the support of a few Keaton’s teens, the Family Navigators have been able learn more about the obstacles and barriers teens face, especially when they have been diagnosed with cancer, excluding them from what some might consider a typical teenage life.

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