The Truth 365 - The Emmy Award-Winning Documentary and Social Media Campaign that Gives a Voice to All Children Fighting Cancer.
cancer research with
this beautiful necklace
On July 6, 2008, the lives of Dena and Billy Sherwood changed forever when their then 13-month-old son, Billy Jr., was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma, a very aggressive cancer of the sympathetic nervous system that most commonly occurs in infants and children under the age of five. In August of 2009, in the midst of their son's aggressive treatment, Dena and Billy founded Arms Wide Open Childhood Cancer Foundation
Crazy Hair Day for Kids Cancer
This is a simple, no frills fundraiser and awareness raiser that can be held in any public or private school.
The format is similar to tag day or dress down day where students bring in a donation of any amount and they can wear their hair in a crazy style. Details
Arms Wide Open Childhood Cancer Foundation is
a registered 501(c)(3) public charity.
Arms Wide Open Childhood Cancer Foundation
Arms Wide Open Childhood Cancer Foundation's mission is to promote and advance the science and art of medicine related to the study of pediatric cancer cells and related structures, to support and enhance education in pediatric oncology fields, to support and enhance pediatric oncology research and in allied fields, to facilitate, improve prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disorders affecting pediatric cancer cells and related structures and doing and engaging in any and all activiites that may be necessary or incidental to any or all of the foregoing purposes.
Our mission is to (1) provide funds to medical and/or scientific personnel and/or institutions to participate in local, regional and/or national research programs for the study of pediatric cancer diseases and allied fields in effort to treat and/or cure such diseases, (2) to provide educational materials and/or medical equipment to medical and/or scientific personnel and/or institutions for the study of pediatric cancer and related diseases in effort to treat and/or cure such diseases, (3) to provide literary information, support and education concerning pediatric cancer and related diseases to medical and/or scientific personel as well as the general public at no cost in an effort to raise public awareness of such diseases so as to promote early detection and treatment.