November 2018 Newsletter
How My Brother's Cancer Changed My Life
A s a seven-year-old child, my priorities were far from rational. I couldn’t quite comprehend the magnitude of our family’s situation.
Program Spotlight: Camp In
Hospital stays can be long, stressful and boring for many kids facing cancer. Kids need an opportunity to just be kids — even in the hospital. Read more about our Camp In program.
$15 From 215 People
Every year, in Kentucky, 215 kids are diagnosed with childhood cancer. We are asking 215 people to donate $15 to Kids Cancer Alliance by November 15th. With your help and the support of your friends and family, Kids Cancer Alliance will be able to enhance the quality of life for children with cancer and their families through recreational and support programs free of charge. Donate now to help us reach our goal of 215 people donating $15 to show Kentucky’s children with cancer they are not alone.
Upcoming Events

November 7:
Meals & More at
Norton Children's Hospital
11:00am - 1:00pm

November 28:
Flashes of Hope at
Norton Children's Hospital
12:00pm - 4:00pm
November 5:
Camp In at Kentucky Children's Hospital
10:00am - 1:00pm
November 26:
Meals & More at
Kentucky Children's Hospital
4:00pm - 6:00pm
November 30: