Welcome to the American Childrens Cancer Benevolence Fund, administered by A Warriors Mission Inc. a trusted 501(c)(3) charity
The charity challenge - My Victory Dance! Challenge your friends, family, followers and co-workers to help in the fight against children's cancer.
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month! You can help us raise more awareness about the signs and symptoms of cancer and early cancer detection in children.
The Charity Challenge:
Post a video of your Victory Dance on social media, challenge your friends, family, followers, and co-workers to do the same in 24 hours, or donate $1 at www.MyVictoryDance.org * Cashapp $MyVictoryDance * Venmo: @MyVictoryDance * Paypal.me/MyVictoryDance
As the Original Creators of this Charity Challenge, we want YOU to help raise awareness about the benefits of early children's cancer detection. By helping us to raise awareness, YOU ARE a part of the solution. What is a Victory Dance? It's the thing you do when you have a small or large victory, to celebrate the success with a dance, shuffle or body movement. Remember when touchdowns were scored and the player did a little dance? Remember when you graduated, all the jumping and dancing? That's a Victory Dance.
Your social media post of your victory dance may encourage the start of a conversation that may ultimately help a child.
Every 3 minutes, somewhere in our world, a family hears the life altering words:
"Your child has been diagnosed with cancer"
Cancer remains one of the leading causes of death among children. Each year, thousands of young children are diagnosed with cancer. We believe like you do, every child deserves a future.
Around the World, Cancer affects over 413,000 children. Leukemias, brain cancers, lymphomas, neuroblastoma and Wilms tumors. In the USA, more than 80% can be cured. Yet childhood cancer cannot be prevented. Cancer is one of the most expensive medical conditions to treat. Learn more about the costs of childhood cancer.
Together we can help families
Early diagnosis can help improve the outcome. Raising awareness about childhood cancer symptoms is the first step to an early diagnosis. When cancer is identified early, children can have a greater probability of survival, less suffering, and less intensive treatment. Significant improvements can be made in the lives of children with early cancer detection and avoiding delays in treatment.
American Childrens Cancer Benevolence Fund
administered by A Warriors Mission Inc, a trusted 501(c)(3) charitable organization
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