September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and it is represented by a gold ribbon. We are asking you to swap out your laces during the month in support of kids fighting cancer. #LaceUpforKids.Learn More
WATCH: Check out the highlights from SKC's 2017 Spring Celebration Gala, celebrating 10 Years of Hope and Healing.Learn More
Lorlatinib, an investigational drug for treating lung cancer, may also prove effective for treating neuroblastoma. Solving
Kids’ Cancer is leading a collaborative effort to bring this potentially life-saving therapy to kids.
Our Junior Ambassadors of Solving Kids' Cancer are raising funds to support childhood cancer research and help bring new treatment options for children with the deadliest childhood cancers.Learn More
SKC recently challenged the government healthcare system in the UK after their decision to deny children the only drug ever specifically developed against neuroblastoma.Learn More
Audrey was diagnosed with stage IV high risk neuroblastoma in 2010. She is currently in remission after fighting her 2nd relapse. She is busy creating colorful Angels from recycled aluminum cans, and she will mail one to every donor as a way of saying "thank-you" for supporting this cause.
Solving Kids' Cancer's approach is to Understand the Research Landscape, Strengthen the Science and Cure and Care for the child.
Solving Kids’ Cancer takes a hands-on approach to research funding from the very moment we receive applications for projects. We carry this close working relationship with researchers through to the full realization of each project.Learn More
Solving Kids' Cancer focuses all its efforts on childhood cancers with low survival rates. Since the organization began, we have developed 22 new treatments across 8 different childhood cancers.
Listen to our
Here you can listen to a series of interviews with Dr. Timothy Cripe and his co-hosts talking with leading researchers near and far, who are making make strides in the research for curing childhood cancers.Learn More
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SKC Founder, Scott Kennedy, talks to BBC News reporter, Rob Young about how researchers rely on charitable organizations like Solving Kids' Cancer to fund potentially life-saving cancer research.Learn More
Help Solving Kids' Cancer while you shop. Use our link and a percentage of your total will go to Solving Kids' Cancer. It's easy as 1-2-3.Learn More
Children battling cancer need curative options now. Sadly, when traditional treatment options such as chemo, surgery and radiation fail, they have little chance of survival.Read More
We understand the landscape of childhood cancer research, strengthen the science behind new treatments and provide cures for children with the most serious forms of cancer.Read More
Solving Kids' Cancer is dedicated to collaborating with like-minded nonprofits to fund more research projects, faster.Read More
We grade research on its potential to cure. Our innovative approach to funding calls ensures only the most promising research is funded, to cure childhood cancer sooner.Read More