In The
United States:
12,000

children under the age of 19 will be diagnosed with cancer this year

35

children are diagnosed with cancer every day

20,000+

children, teens and adults are survivors of childhood cancer

Help Us Help Children With Cancer!

We were formed for the purpose of improving the quality of life for children suffering from cancer. Some with little hope of ever reaching their teenage years.

As needs change, we are there to develop and implement new programs to help today’s youth. We are here to listen to and learn what their changing needs are. We will support, offer guidance, and assist all of the young people, for they will soon be our future. Preventing poverty before it happens to a family by offering temporary assistance of food, clothing, and more.

We’ve been serving children and their families for over 13 years. We are a non-profit charity, based in New Jersey and registered with the IRS and NJ Attorney General.

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See How Your Donations Are Helping Children

Dear American Children's Society, Thank you for your generous donation towards my fundraiser for Robert & Sean. You will remain in our hearts forever!

Robert & Sean Smith Fund

Thank you so much for the assistance. We were in the hospital for 4 days when the check arrived. We were absolutely thrilled to come home and have money. Really - thank god - thank you guys so much!

Jessica

American Children’s Society, Thank you from the bottom of my heart for helping my son get his new life! I hope I am able to pass on the kindness that you have showed us.

Shauna Christie & Jason Jr.

Make a Difference in a Child’s Life

Cancer remains one of the leading causes of death among children in the United States. Thousands of young children are diagnosed with cancer in this country alone each year, and these numbers are steadily on the rise.

We are dedicated to collaborating with hospitals, medical centers and other children’s organizations to identify those families most distressed financially as a direct result of the child’s malignancy in order to assist them with medical bills, treatments, equipment, transportation needs and other overwhelming household expenses.

We help ill and disadvantaged children and their families regardless of race, creed or religion.  We rely strictly on public support to make our programs successful.

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