September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, a time to recognize the children and families affected by childhood cancers and to emphasize the importance of supporting research on these devastating conditions.
50% of net profits from this collection will be donated to the Children's Cancer Therapy Development Institute to help fund Megan Bugg’s Citizen Scientist Project for Rhabdomyosarcoma Cures.
For the fifth year in a row, we partnered with our dear friend Megan Bugg, 20 year old superhero who has been battling stage 4 alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma cancer since she was first diagnosed at age 13, to bring you our 2021 Childhood Cancer Awareness Collection.
"My name is Megan Bugg and I am a 6+ year stage 4 alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma cancer fighter. During my personal battle I have been through 4 relapses, 133 weeks of chemotherapy and 197 radiation treatments. Through my experiences I have become a passionate advocate for childhood cancers. My personal goal is to make sure no more kids have to experience what I have gone through."Get Yours
A major difference in this project from other grant -funded research is that patients will be embedded in our research team, and presentations of our progress will be given to these science-empowered patients and family members weekly.Get Yours
The color gold symbolizes how precious children are and the resiliency of childhood cancer heroes. Unlike other awareness ribbons that symbolize one specific disease, the childhood cancer ribbon stands for dozens of diseases.Get Yours
Perfect for anything from smoothies to tea and coffee. The perfect way to show you care on a daily basis. You'll use your tumbler with pride.
50% of net profits from every style in this collection goes to Children's Cancer Therapy Development Institute.
We've partnered with Luca + Danni to create a bracelet to raise awareness and fundraise to help prevent childhood cancer. Show your support in silver or brass!
50% of net profits from this collection will be donated to the Children's Cancer Therapy Development
Institute to help fund Megan Bugg’s Citizen Scientist Project for Rhabdomyosarcoma Cures.