WHAT IS CHILDHOOD CANCER FOUNDATION of SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA?


Formerly known as Candlelighters of the Inland Empire, Childhood Cancer Foundation of Southern California, Inc. is a non-profit organization of parents and friends who have, or have had, children with cancer. We are committed to supporting the families emotionally so that they feel less isolated, frustrated and fearful in dealing with the problems that cancer can manifest within the family structure.

Support begins at the moment of diagnosis and remains available through every stage of treatment and beyond.

CCFSC has been a very active organization in Southern California since September 1979.

 





HOW DO YOU BECOME A MEMBER?



Any family who has a child with cancer that is being treated at Loma Linda University Children's Hospital, San Bernardino area hospitals, Riverside hospitals and outlying areas may become a member of Childhood Cancer Foundation of Southern California and participate in the family activities/events. There is no cost to the families for events/activities. E-mail CCFSC at kids@ccfsocal.org to receive an information sheet.

 




HOW ARE WE FUNDED?

Childhood Cancer Foundation of Southern California relies on donations from individuals, businesses, organizations and clubs in the community to continue to provide assistance and support to the children and their families. We also receive funds from United Way as a designated organization only.

 


Visit our Donation Page to make a donation today! Make a donation in Honor or in Memory of a loved one and receive recognition in our Newsletter. All donations are tax-deductible.