2bMe is part of Look Good...Feel Better for Teens. Put together
to help teens (ages 13-17) who have cancer, deal with the possible
appearance-related, social & nutritional side effects of treatment.
Brave Kids provides help for children with chronic, life-threatening
illnesses or disabilities.
Cancer Kids is a web-based organization created to help children with cancer
tell their stories to the world. Provides links to personal web pages of
children who have cancer.
Cancer Source Kids is a secure site where kids can learn about cancer
in a fun & interactive manner. Kids can read cancer info, play interactive
games & learn coping skills. Customized to allow for age differences.
Captain Chemo is an animated & interactive educational site for
cancer patients, their relatives & friends, to help explain this disease
& its treatment.
CB is a free service allowing anyone receiving care to communicate
with family & friends using a web page. Uses easy-to-follow steps
that allows you to create & update your own personal web page.
Chai Lifeline has an extensive network of free programs & services designed to
help every member of the family cope during childhood illness.
Children's Cancer Web
CCW provides an excellent directory of childhood cancer resources!
Children's Organ Transplant Association (COTA)
COTA provides fundraising assistance for children needing
life-saving transplants, & promotes organ, marrow & tissue donation.
Kids Aid is a safe place for kids to share their feelings & to help
each other deal with grief about any of their losses. It's a place to
show artwork & stories, to talk about pets & to meet with peers.
KidsCope works to help families & children understand the effects from
cancer & chemotherapy in a parent. They produce & distribute
Kids Konnected provides friendship, understanding, education & support
for kids who have a parent with cancer.
National Children's Cancer Society
NCCS promotes children's health through financial and in-kind
assistance, advocacy, support services, education & prevention programs.
Outlook - Life Beyond Childhood Cancer
Outlook is an interactive web-based information system designed to address
the needs of survivors of childhood cancer, & their families, by
providing information to help them become their own advocates.
PatchWorx provides a safe, secure, and moderated online community
for children who are seriously ill or disabled, with games, puzzles,
and more. Make friends with common interests, and interact with
Patches, the mascot.
Planet Cancer uses this website to remind you of the "lighter side of
life" by recording the often entertaining, frequently bizarre &
occasionally informative experiences & thoughts of young adults.
Ronald McDonald House Charities
RMcDHC helps to create, find & support programs that directly improve the
health & well-being of children.
Sibling Donor Cord Blood Program
SDCBP serves families who wish to save cord blood for their children,
when there is a specific medical indication for banking.
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
St. Jude's works to find cures for children with catastrophic
illnesses through research & treatment.
Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults
UCF for YA provides support programs, education & resources
for young adults, their families & friends, affected by cancer.
Promotes cancer awareness & prevention.