Ways to get help

Teen Support

Stupidcancer.org--

This website has the mission to help teens battling cancer with whatever they need.


Dance Marathon-- This is a movement benefitting Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, a non-profit organization that raises funds and awareness for more than 170 pediatric hospitals across North America. These are held across the country and range from 12 hour to 24 hours of nonstop dancing. 


National Children's Cancer society and the Ewing's Sarcoma Coalition: This website will include information on financial assistance, college scholarships, information you might need during and after treatment, and different fundraising information.  


Air transportation: Corporate Angel Network is a charitable organization whose mission is to arrange free air travel for cancer patients to treatment centers. 


Camps: There are camps all over for children/teens with cancer. 

Caring Bridge

We found that using CaringBridge was a wonderful way to stay in contact with all of our friends and family. It was also an easy way for people to let us know that they were thinking of us and praying for us. 

Sarcoma Alliance

They help families by sending money, like a grant, for different things. We received money to fly down to Texas to get a second opinion. 

Cure Search

Has funds and support, cancer research for kids and teens. Also under the sarcoma foundation of America. 

Wish granting

Make A Wish-- many hospitals will provide this information. We went to Hawaii as a family, and it was one of the best memories that we have. 

Hats and Caps

Love Your Melon: for every hat bought, a hat goes to a child fighting cancer. You can also design your own hat and order them specially designed. 


Wigs and Kids: This is an organization that provides hair replacements for children going through chemotherapy and radiation.