The Childhood Cancer Coalition is dedicated to a distinctive mission: providing comprehensive support to families navigating childhood cancer treatments and assisting them in rebuilding their lives after cancer. Our organization brings together individuals who have personally experienced the challenges of childhood cancer, ensuring a deep understanding of the journey.

By donating, you can significantly impact the lives of children with cancer and their families. Your contribution will enable us to offer emotional and practical support, educational resources, patient advocacy, and, most importantly, the reassurance that no child or family will ever face cancer alone. Together, we can enhance the well-being and resilience of these courageous children and their loved ones.

Join us in our commitment to creating a light amid the darkest hours for children battling cancer.

 Your support truly makes a difference.

Event List

We are pleased to be able to host several events throughout the year to support the children and families affected by cancer. 

Saturday September 28th, 5 pm–10 pm
Doors open at 5 pm, and Program starts at 7 pm
Location: Spokane Convention Center

Public Event

This is our 20th Annual Gala that supports our programs that serve our kids and their families. It is a beautiful night and will be held at the Spokane Convention Center. We aspire to have over 600 guests with hearts of gold that are choosing to make a difference in the lives of these special children.

Get your seat to something extraordinary! Seats are already filling. Click the button below to register.

If you are interested in sponsorship, providing a live or silent auction item, or attending this amazing event, please contact [email protected] or call 509-995-5431.

February 28th, 3pm–7pm

Public Event


Come to Chuck E Cheese on February 28th and help raise funds for the Childhood Cancer Coalition! They will be donating 20% of all sales that night to support our mission!

This is open to anyone! Please share this with your social media! The more the merrier!

March 1st, 5 pm–7 pm

For CCC Families Only


So much fun exploring science and all things Mobius.

Contact Marigold at [email protected] to register.

May 11th, 10am–2pm 

For CCC Families Only


Our Family Camps create a nurturing and supportive environment where families can bond, share experiences, and build lifelong relationships. To learn more about our Family Camps and the upcoming events, we encourage you to click here for additional information. We believe that these camps play a vital role in providing emotional support and fostering a sense of community among families facing childhood cancer.

With this being an Olympic year, we will host an Olympics-themed camp.

Contact Marigold at [email protected] to register.

May 31st–June 2nd

For CCC Families Only

This is our 2nd annual retreat for parents whose children did not survive their cancer diagnosis.  This is a weekend of bonding and healing with other parents who are facing this same loss.

Space is limited, so please register early.

Contact [email protected] or [email protected] to register.

June 15th, Time TBA

For CCC Families Only

This is a happening event! You won’t want to miss out!

It will be held at Camp Goodtimes on Fan Lake. Check back as more details come together.

Public Event


All the month of September we will be honoring our cancer warriors!

Stay tuned to events as they are planned. This is a community event.

If you have a business and would like to support this month, please contact [email protected]

Thank you!


Candlelight Vigil

Check back later for more information.

December 14th, Time TBA
Location: Ridgeline HS

For CCC Families Only


Some of you might recall the big Christmas Parties held at a local high school. With Covid, that party took on a different look to keep our families safe.  We are reinstating the big Christmas Party this year.

Stay tuned for more details.

Welcome to our campaign, “Make Your Town Glow Gold”, in support of childhood cancer awareness. Childhood cancer is a challenging journey for both children and their families, and it’s crucial that we raise awareness and show our support. Together, we can make a difference in our local community by becoming strong childhood cancer advocates. Let’s promote the color gold and bring attention to this important cause. We even have gold ribbon awareness pins available to help spread the message.

Engage the Local Community:

  1. To make a meaningful impact: We need the support of our local community. Reach out to local businesses, schools, community centers, and government organizations to share the importance of childhood cancer awareness. Encourage them to participate by displaying gold ribbons, organizing events, or even lighting up buildings in gold.

  2. Organize Awareness Events: Host events that highlight childhood cancer and its impact on families. Consider organizing a gold-themed fundraising walk, a community fair, or a gold ribbon pinning ceremony. These events can help raise funds for childhood cancer research and support programs while bringing people together to show their solidarity.

  3. Spread the Word on Social Media: Harness the power of social media to create awareness. Share stories of children battling cancer, survivor stories, and information about the disease. Encourage others to share their own experiences or reasons for supporting childhood cancer awareness. Use hashtags like #MakeYourTownGlowGold, #ChildhoodCancerAwareness, #childhoodcancerawarenessmonth, or #glowgoldforkids to amplify your message.

  4. Distribute Gold Ribbon Awareness Pins: Gold ribbon awareness pins are a tangible symbol of support for childhood cancer. Distribute them to individuals, organizations, and businesses in your community. Encourage people to wear them proudly to show their support and spark conversations about childhood cancer awareness.

  5. Partner with Local Media: Reach out to local newspapers, radio stations, and TV channels to share your campaign and events. Seek opportunities for interviews, articles, or public service announcements to spread the message to a broader audience. Collaboration with local media can significantly increase the visibility of your campaign.

Together, we can make a lasting impact on childhood cancer awareness by “making your town glow gold.” By working together, we can create a stronger support system for children with cancer and their families.

Let’s raise awareness, advocate for better treatments and support, and show these children that they are not alone in their fight. Thank you for joining us in this important campaign.

Contact [email protected] for Zoom links.

Teen/Young Adult Survivor Group

4th Tuesday of each month from 4–5 pm

Parent/Caregiver Support Group

4th Monday of each month from 6–7 pm

in-person/virtual hybrid

Sibling Support Group

2nd Tuesday monthly 4–5 pm

Healing Hearts Grief Group

3rd Thursday monthly 12–1 pm