What does CCPA do?

Every day in the UK, 10 families are told their child has cancer.

Though 8 of these children will survive, the fight for their survival tests families to their limits – physically, emotionally, socially and financially.  For two in ten families the search for cure will end in the devastating loss of their beloved child.

The Childhood Cancer Parents Alliance (CCPA) is united in helping families fight Childhood and Adolescent Cancer across the UK

Together with over 30 member organisations we are building a bright future for all families in the UK affected by childhood or adolescent cancer.

CCPA works directly with Staffordshire based families whose children, teenagers and young adults have a cancer diagnosis and are either undergoing or have received treatment at Stoke Royal Hospital.

We are also a national representative voice, working with local, regional, national and international agencies.  We promote awareness, support, research and advocacy that focuses fully on the best interests of children, teenagers, young adults and their families.

 

How to get involved

 

Please join us, and help us share hope with children, parents and those who care for them, by donating, fundraising or becoming a member organisation.