The Womack Family

For the Womack family, what started as an ache after baseball practice, quickly became the fight for Ryan’s life. In May 2018, when Ryan was 12 years old, he began experiencing shoulder pain after more

A Note from Dr. Bayliff

Hello all you wonderful KCA families!!!  Greetings from Lexington.  KCA asked if I would write a couple of paragraphs about COVID-19 for the April newsletter . . . and, though I am most certainly more

Another Great Teen Weekender, With Many More to Come

Today at Teen Weekender was an exciting one! We woke up early to some delicious muffins and headed straight out for some climbing tower adventures. So many of our kids braved the rock wall more

Last Teen Weekender as a Camper

By: Ethan Scott-Smith This is my final year at Teen Weekender as a camper and I am proud to say that I am ready to volunteer next year! In 2013, my first year, there more

From Patient to First Time Volunteer

“You have cancer” is not something I thought I would hear at 21 years old. That was something I thought happened to other people or in movies, but this time it happened to me. more


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Volunteering for Kids Cancer Alliance can be a life-changing experience. We have a variety of volunteer opportunities year round.