Resources

Footprints of Fight

Footprints of Fight is dedicated to providing services for the family and patient of pediatric cancer in Washington while going through the treatment process

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Cross Out Cancer - Seattle

X-out Cancer aims to bring about awareness of pediatric oncology and give high school students the opportunity to impact the members of their community. All profits raised aid cancer families at Seattle Children's through their Emergency Assistance for Pediatric Cancer Patients guild. 

Live Love Foundation

Violet Brielle Spataro shines God's love wherever she goes. It is her joyful mission to give encouragement and hope to children who are courageously battling cancer. Violet fulfills this service through daily prayer and providing her Blessing Bundles to children nationwide.

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Strong Cares Guild

Strong Cares Guild’s mission is to provide kids a place where they know a cure for cancer is possible. The Strong Cares Guild partners with Seattle Children’s Hospital by funding research to improve survival and quality of life from a rare and aggressive pediatric cancer. 

Seattle Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders Page

This brings you to the Cancer and Blood Disorder's page on the Seattle Children's Hospital's website. 

Solumination

Soulumination celebrates the lives of children and parents facing life-threatening conditions by providing professional photographs of these special individuals and their families, free of charge.

Austen Everett Foundation 

Empower, honor and inspire kids in their fight against cancer through a honorary team captain program for college and professional athletic teams.

Seattle Children's  Patient and Family Resources Page

Resources for families based on diagnosis. There are also resources for teens and young adults as well as support groups, etc. 

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I really cherish the memories of Camp Agape, as we made some good friends there, and still write to each other frequently to encourage each other. I still can’t get over how the teens and young adults who help there elect to sleep in tents so that the families can have the cabins. That is really an example of Agape love!

Sharon Shirey, Parent