Meet our Young Warriors
Meet some of the childhood cancer survivors that the NCCS has helped throughout the years. Read their cancer survivor stories, view their pictures and learn more about their journey. We’re sure they will inspire you – just as they inspire us each and every day!

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View our young warrior stories by type of cancer.

Brandon

Brandon

"Hearing your seven year-old has cancer has got to be the hardest words for any parents to hear," - Brandon's mom
Anthony

Anthony

"NCCS and their financial help has been a relief... to have some of the burden lifted has been a great blessing." - Anthony's mom
Hailee

Hailee

"We are humbled by the outpouring of support." - Hailee's mom
Rosalyn

Rosalyn

"Aside from the severe emotional pain we experienced, our finances were drastically impacted..." - Rosalyn's mom
Sophia

Sophia

We fight together as a team to try and save her vision and more importantly, her life." _ Sophia's mom
Kaleb

Kaleb

"Hearing those words that your child has cancer... has turned our once normal lives upside down," said Kaleb’s mom, Cheyanne.
Oliver

Oliver

"The National Children's Cancer Society has been extremely helpful in making our mission possible."
Sophia

Sophia

"We will forever be grateful for everything you have helped our family with..." Guadalupe - Sophia's mom.
Adam

Adam

"We found a huge light through The National Children's Cancer Society"
Aloriea

Aloriea

"The NCCS is just as much a part of saving my daughter’s life as the doctors..."
Allysa

Allysa

"We want to say thank you, NCCS, for all the help on our journey to recovery!"
Anders

Anders

"We could not have given Anders the best possible outcome without their help."
Anderson

Anderson

"The National Children’s Cancer organization has been vital in helping us through our struggles"
Austin

Austin

Meet Austin who, throughout his battle, has never lost his childish sense of fun.
Beckham

Beckham

"I have often reflected on how blessed we have been by the generosity of the NCCS."