General Volunteering



Saturday, October 21 ‚óŹ 9:30 AM-NOON


Kid SupportTM is an evidence-based program created for families affected by cancer that is designed to provide age-appropriate information about cancer, help express difficult feelings, and increase coping skills and support systems. Facilitators use developmentally-appropriate content and activities such as art, games, poetry, body movement, and music. Parents/caretakers learn ways to talk to children about cancer, answer hard questions, and how to engage outside support systems.

Common Questions Children Have About Cancer

  • What is it?
  • Can I catch it?
  • Did I cause it?
  • What is going to happen?
  • Who will take care of me?
  • Is it still ok for me to feel happy sometimes?
  • Who can I talk to about cancer?
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