About the NCCS
About the NCCS
The NCCS tirelessly and compassionately supports families making their way through the daunting world of childhood cancer
The National Children’s Cancer Society (NCCS) tirelessly and compassionately supports families making their way through the daunting world of childhood cancer. With over 35 years of experience serving nearly 49,000 children, NCCS has become a master navigator of this world, helping families get where they need to be – physically, financially and emotionally – to give them hope, and to give their children the best possible shot at survival.
Distributing over $69 million to families over its lifetime with the help of compassionate donors, NCCS is able to take a “no matter what” approach, creating a clear path through the labyrinth of childhood cancer and survivorship to help families stay strong, stay positive and stay together.
Because no family should go through childhood cancer alone™.
Mission & History
Learn why The National Children’s Cancer Society (NCCS) was started, how it’s evolved and its tremendous impact on families battling childhood cancer.
Board of Directors & Finance
View our dedicated, knowledgeable board members and review annual reports of the NCCS’ performance.
Meet our management team.
The NCCS page of quick facts about childhood cancer, information for families searching for assistance, and links to support this important work.
Reach us at our mailing address, phone, or use our online form.