“Talking Advocacy” with Danielle Leach

Today’s guest, Danielle Leach, gives the childhood cancer community helpful information about advocacy, being a parent of a child with cancer, bereavement, experience with the non-profit health industry, and more practical advice for parents. There are many ways to advocate; you don’t have to go to Washington and talk to …

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4th Annual Santa Colorita Run Includes “Skip for Jack” Tribute to Children with the Deadliest Pediatric Brain Cancer, DIPG

For immediate release: 4th Annual Santa Colorita Run Includes “Skip for Jack” Tribute to Children with the Deadliest Pediatric Brain Cancer, DIPG February 18, 2017, Agua Dulce CA—The Santa Colorita 5k Fun-Run on February 25, 2017 at Castaic Lake Recreation Center in Castaic, CA, produced by the Santa Clarita Valley …

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NC3: Legislative Advocacy at the State and Municipal Level

CCTR interiews Christopher Winters, President of the emerging National Children’s Cancer Consortium, a project of collaboration between parents, advocates, and concerned citizens with policies developed after 18 months of current, grassroots research into the challenges children with cancer and their families face regularly. The goal of the Consortium is to …

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NC3 Debut and Press Release

Christopher Winters, President, National Children’s Cancer Consortium February 9, 2017 Our Dearest Pediatric Cancer Community Heroes, Families, Fellow Advocates, Decision Makers, and our Friends and Families: Today, we are honored to announce the formation of a properly licensed non-profit legislative advocacy organization dedicated to taking the war on pediatric cancer …

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H.Res.69 and Supporting Events

Jack’s Angels Relay for Research #runforDIPG #CureDIPG With the introduction, January 30th, of the 2017 National DIPG Awareness Resolution (H.Res.69) by our very own Congressman Steve Knight, Jack’s Angels Foundation will be working hard to advocate for its passage and to raise awareness for the urgent need for greater pediatric …

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KNIGHT REINTRODUCES BIPARTISAN BILL FOR CHILDHOOD CANCER RESEARCH

For a copy of pre-introductory text, click here. CONGRESSMAN WORKING WITH AGUA DULCE RESIDENT TO INCREASE ATTENTION AND FUNDING FOR PEDIATRIC CANCER (WASHINGTON, DC) – Representative Steve Knight (CA-25) and Congresswoman Jackie Speier (CA-14) reintroduced a bipartisan resolution on Monday that would raise awareness and support research for a form …

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MaxCure and the Run for the White House

Brian Jones, creator of the Run for the Whitehouse for Childhood Cancer on Facebook joins us to describe the beginnings of the program, what it has become, and discusses the adventure of teaming up with MaxCure Foundation with Executive Director Jonathan Agin. Both gentleman are prominent US advocates for children …

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#RunfortheKids and the Quest of Christopher Winters

CCTR interviews Christopher Winters, Chief of Staff to PA House of Representatives Honorable Member Tom Caltagirone about his extensive experience in public service and work since 2013 in the Childhood Cancer Community, how he became one of the fiercest advocates for kids fighting cancer and their families in the nation. …

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BethAnn Telford and the World Marathon Challenge

CCTR interviews BethAnn Telford, originally from Harrisburg, PA and now living in Fairfax, VA; she is a brain cancer survivor and ultra-distance runner for brain cancer research. BethAnn talks about the children who inspire her to run, and the urgently needed research for brain cancer funded by ABC2; Max Wallace, …

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