Childhood Cancer Advocacy Toolkit

For those who have been touched by childhood cancer and want to tell their story, the Cancer Center at CHOP has put together a Childhood Cancer Advocacy Toolkit. These tools make it simple to tell the world how childhood cancer has changed a child’s life, or your own, and communicate the need for pediatric cancer research funding.

Share the facts about childhood cancer

Why do we need childhood cancer awareness month? Every day about 4 kids under 15 will die from cancer.

The number of children diagnosed with cancer each year may surprise you. And while survival rates continue to improve, we still lose nearly 30 children to cancer each day.

View our Facts About Childhood Cancer infographic

Use #childhoodcancer to tell the world why September matters

Share your own childhood cancer story, or memories of a friend or sibling lost to a pediatric cancer. Help your FacebookTwitter, and Instagram followers understand why Childhood Cancer Awareness Month is important, and why researchers need greater research funding. Share your story on your personal pages or on the Cancer Center Facebook page, and tag @pedcancercare in your Twitter posts. And use #childhoodcancer to join the conversation.