Collaboration is key to success.

We're committed to building bridges and knocking down silos. We take pride in being a team player because we know that cooperation & collaboration with other organizations and coalitions is in the best interests of the children and families we serve -- and that matters more than who takes credit. Children's Cancer Cause is proud to be a member of the following coalitions, each of which offers information and opportunities for community engagement.

Day in and day out, we work with these coalitions - and others - to ensure that our collective voice is strong, clear and unified.


Alliance for Childhood Cancer

The Alliance exists to provide a forum of national patient advocacy groups and medical and scientific organizations which meets regularly, shares ideas and concerns, and works collaboratively to advance research and policies to prevent cancer, and improve public education, and the diagnosis, treatment, supportive care and survivorship of children and adolescents with cancer.


Cancer Leadership Council

The CLC is made up of approximately 30 groups of cancer patient organizations, professional societies, and research organizations. While the CLC has grown in size and scope from its inception in 1993, its agenda remains patient-centered. The CLC is engaged in a wide range of issues, but they relate to a fundamental goal of ensuring cancer patients access to high quality care.


One Voice Against Cancer (OVAC)

OVAC is a collaboration of national non-profit organizations representing millions of Americans, delivering a unified message to Congress and the White House on the need for increased cancer-related appropriations.


Coalition Against Childhood Cancer (CAC2)

CAC2 effectively advances a variety of childhood cancer causes by unifying the childhood cancer community through broad-based coordinated action and collaboration that leverages the strengths and expertise of its individual members and minimizes duplication of effort.