Join CAC2

What are the benefits of joining CAC2?

There are many benefits to joining CAC2. The primary benefit to you is the opportunity to establish stronger relationships and increased trust for coordinated action and collaboration with other groups and individuals who advocate for children with cancer. Other benefits include:

  • Increased information‐sharing: who’s doing what, successes, best practices, opportunities to work together
  • Stronger capability to facilitate coordinated action across the community
  • More comprehensive, readily available information on research and treatment projects funded by members
  • Better, faster access to information and resources for patient and family support
  • Enhanced integration of national and grass‐roots advocacy efforts
  • Optimal use of valuable human resources for collaborative initiatives

How do childhood cancer patients, survivors, and their families benefit from CAC2?

  • One‐stop source of information on organizations providing services and resources to patients, their families, and others in their support networks
  • Reduced frustration in finding important information and organizations that can help in the face of overwhelming situations
  • Enhanced levels and types of support and resources for patients, survivors, and their families and friends
  • Accelerated advances in research and treatment ‐‐ more targeted, less toxic therapies,and eventually, cures for childhood cancers

What membership categories are there?

There are two classes of Voting Members:

  • Organization Membership – For childhood cancer organizations and coalitions and notfor‐profit organizations with a primary interest in childhood cancer issues.
  • Individual Membership – For individuals (advocates, doctors, nurses, scientists, etc.) not currently serving on the board or staff of any member organization.

What Right Do Members Have?

  • Vote for Board
  • Approve and Amend By‐Laws
  • Access to Research Database
  • Access to Family Services Database and Listserve
  • Access to Advocacy Support Alerts
  • Access to Website
  • Access to e‐Newsletter and Other Internal and General Communications
  • Invitation to Annual Meeting
  • Provide Feedback for Future Projects
  • Participate in Projects
  • Serve as Officer
  • Serve as Board Member
  • Serve as Committee/Project Team Moderator
  • Serve as Committee/Project Team Member
  • Can Provide Additional Financial Support or Sponsorship

What Responsibilities Do Members Have?

  • Members agree to support CAC2 initiatives by participating on committees and project teams.
  • Members agree to participate in the dues process.
  • Organization Members pay on sliding scale based on size of the organization
  • Individuals Members pay flat rate

Are There Other Ways to Be Involved with CAC2?

  • Associate Membership – Free for staff and board members associated with a CAC2 Organization Member. [NOTE: associate members would have access to information, mailings, opportunities to participate, but not governance voting.]
  • Student Membership – Free for students [NOTE: student members would have access to information, mailings, opportunities to participate, but not governance voting or board service]
  • Supporting Organizations – For organizations that do not qualify as Organization Members, but want to participate in projects, receive updates, and provide support.

Questions? Concerns?

You can contact us through our website or at [email protected] with any questions you may have.

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Member Organizations

  • 3/32 Foundation
    A Kids’ Brain Tumor Cure (aka The PLGA Foundation)
    Addison Bryan Foundation
    Aiden’s Army
    Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation
    Along Comes Hope
    Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation
    aPODD
    Arms Wide Open Childhood Cancer Foundation
  • ASK Childhood Cancer Foundation
    Be Strong, Fight On!
    Bear Necessities Pediatric Cancer Foundation
    Beat Nb
    Bike Bald
    Books That Heal
    Braden’s Hope for Childhood Cancer
    Caleb’s Crusade Against Childhood Cancer
    CancerFree Kids
  • Candlelighters NYC
    Canines-N-Kids Foundation
    ccThrive
    Chase After a Cure
    Childhood Cancer Awareness Group of Coffee County
    Childhood Cancer Guides
    Children’s Cause for Cancer Advocacy
    Christina Renna Foundation Inc.
    CJ’s Journey
  • Conquering Kidz Cancer, a Tay-Bandz Organization
    Cure 4 the Kids Foundation
    Cure Childhood Cancer, Inc.
    Cure4Cam Childhood Cancer Foundation
    CureSearch for Children’s Cancer
    Curing Kids’ Cancer
    DC Candlelighters
    Designing Dreams
    Dragon Master Foundation
  • Elaine Roberts Foundation
    Ellie’s Hats
    Emily Whitehead Foundation
    End Kids Cancer
    Evan’s Victory against Neuroblastoma Foundation
    Flashes of Hope
    Francesco Loccisano Memorial Foundation / Frankie’s Mission
    Gold in September Charitable Trust
    Gold Rush Cure Foundation
  • Grayson Saves Foundation
    Have Faith Be Strong
    Hugs for Brady Foundation
    I Care I Cure Childhood Cancer Foundation
    Jack’s Angels
    Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation
    Jeremy Cares
    Joedance Film Festival
    Journey4ACure
  • Kids v Cancer
    Little Eric’s Foundation
    Make Some Noise: Cure Kids Cancer Foundation, Inc.
    Mattie Miracle Cancer Foundation
    Max Cure Foundation
    MIB Agents Osteosarcoma Alliance
    Momcology
    Morgan Adams Foundation
    Mystic Force Foundation
  • Nathan’s Hope
    NICK–Northwest Indiana Cancer Kids Foundation, Inc
    No More Kids with Cancer
    Noah’s Bandage Project
    Noah’s Light Foundation
    Open Hands Overflowing Hearts
    Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation
    Pediatric Cancer Foundation – Mamaroneck, New York
    People Against Childhood Cancer (PAC2)
  • Prayers for Elijah
    Precious Jules Childhood Cancer Foundation
    Richi Childhood Cancer Foundation
    Ryan’s Case for Smiles
    Sammy’s Superheroes Foundation
    Sebastian Strong Foundation
    Solving Kids’ Cancer
    Sophia’s Fund
    Steven G AYA Cancer Research Fund
  • Swifty Foundation
    Team G Foundation
    TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation
    Tennessee Cancer Consortium/Childhood Committee
    The Alexander Muñoz Memorial Fund
    The Get Well Gabby Foundation
    The Ross K. MacNeill Foundation
    The Scarlett Fund
    The Truth 365
  • TheTruth365-Australia
    This Star Won’t Go Out
    Turn It Gold
    Wade’s Army
    West Virginia Kids Cancer Crusaders
    With Purpose
    Zoe4Life

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