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The National Children’s Cancer Society

The National Children’s Cancer Society Achieves Top Honor: 4-Star Rating from Charity Navigator

The National Children’s Cancer Society (NCCS) has achieved a prestigious 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s leading independent charity evaluator. This top rating is a testament to NCCS’s steadfast commitment to supporting children with cancer and their families.

Charity Navigator helps donors make informed decisions by providing in-depth, objective ratings and analysis of the financial health, accountability, and transparency of America’s largest charities. This 4-star rating not only places the NCCS among the most trusted and respected charitable organizations in the country but also underscores their commitment to transparency and accountability.

For nearly four decades, the NCCS has been unwavering in its mission to providing emotional, financial, and educational support to families facing the challenges of childhood cancer. The recent 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, with an impressive score of 92%, is a powerful affirmation of the NCCS’s enduring commitment to excellence and integrity, a commitment that continues to inspire and guide the organization.

This achievement is more than just a rating; it is a promise fulfilled to the children and families the NCCS serves and is a testament to the real, lasting impact of the contributions from their supporters.

About The National Children’s Cancer Society:

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 over 49,000 children with cancer, the 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.

With the help of compassionate donors, the NCCS has distributed over $71 million in direct financial assistance to families in the United States. This allows the NCCS to take a clear path through the complexities of childhood cancer and survivorship to help families stay strong, stay positive, and stay together. Because no family should go through childhood cancer alone.™