We've Got More Than
300 Reasons To Shine in September
That’s how many patients get a new diagnosis of cancer each year at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. That doesn’t include those already fighting the disease – the more than 90 patients who receive chemotherapy and other treatment in our Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders every single day.
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. We want the entire Valley to Shine for our sickest patients – those fighting for their very lives. With the help of our corporate partners, individual donors, and the public at large we can bring focus to pediatric cancer and provide the support our patients need and deserve. Our goal is to raise $1 million during the month of September to benefit the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Phoenix Children’s.
Donate here to #Shine4PCH.
Shine for our Patients
Time to shine for kaitlin
Thanks to the treatment and care she received at Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Kaitlin is now 18 years old and off to college. What are her plans for the future? Becoming a child life specialist, just like the people who helped her through so much during her time at the Hospital.
Time To Shine for Sammy
When Sammy found out he had rhabdomyosarcoma, he didn’t know how long he would have to live. After receiving surgery to remove a tumor and going through radiation and chemotherapy for a year, Sammy has no evidence of disease. Listen to hear Sammy’s full story.