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  • Who We Are | Children's Cancer Recovery Foundation
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    Children's Cancer Recovery

    Our Mission
    Bear-Head-(NEW)Children’s Cancer Recovery Foundation assists children under age 18 and their families who are facing the hardships of a cancer diagnosis.  The Foundation focuses on improving the mental, social and emotional well-being of these families while helping to minimize the devastation that cancer can cause.  We measure the true impact of our organization in smiles.  A national footprint allows the Foundation to make a difference in communities, large and small, providing a helping hand wherever needed. Children’s Cancer Recovery Foundation (CCRF) is an IRS recognized 501(c) (3) charitable organization. EIN Number 33-0418563.

    The Foundation delivers gifts to thousands of children each year through the national Bear-Able Gift Program.  Items such as board games, toys, crayons, coloring books, markers, video games, puzzles, teddy bears, craft kits… all sorts of things that make children smile and laugh… are distributed to hospitals across the country.  The Bear-Able Gift Program is the largest supplier of gifts to children with cancer in North America.

    Best in America   Independent Charities of AmericaFamilies of children with cancer often face financial difficulties.  Suddenly, household bills become overwhelming; utilities are in jeopardy of being shut-off or an eviction notice is received.  The Helping Hands Fund provides emergency bridge payments directly to the utility companies and landlords, ensuring that each child has a warm, safe place to call home while recovering from cancer.

    The Camp Scholarship Program allows children in remission to reconnect with friends and activities in which they love.  The program provides funding for a camp of their choice; sports, music, art, science, horseback riding, skiing or whatever activities they missed most during treatment.

    8 Years Running: The Independent Charities Seal of Excellence is awarded to the members of Independent Charities of America and Local Independent Charities of America that have been able to certify, document, and demonstrate that they meet the highest standards of public accountability, program effectiveness and cost effectiveness.  These standards include those required by the U.S. Government for inclusion in the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), probably the most exclusive fund drive in the world of which we are a proud member.  CFC number: 12394.  It is estimated that fewer than 5% of charities in the U.S. meet or exceed these standards, and of those, less than .002% have been awarded this seal.

    Our Founder
    Cancer Recovery Foundation International (CRFI) is a group of global affiliated charities, founded by "The Wellness Authority" Greg Anderson in 1984. Cancer Recovery Foundation’s mission is to help all people prevent and survive cancer through “integrated cancer care” which Anderson pioneered. The Foundation is currently established in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and Germany. The organization is recipient of the “5-Star Best in America Award.”

    Greg Anderson was diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer in 1984. His surgeon gave him just 30 days to live. Refusing to accept the hopelessness of this prognosis, he went searching for people who had lived even though their doctors had told them they were “terminal.” His findings from interviews with over 16,000 cancer survivors form the strategies and action points for what has become an international cancer recovery movement.

    Anderson is the author of eleven books including international Best Sellers The Cancer Conqueror; Cancer: 50 Essential Things to Do; and The 22 (Non-Negotiable) Laws of Wellness. His writings have been translated into 31 languages.

    Staff                                                                  Board

    Jennifer Bruse - Digital Marketing Manager
    Jocelyn Davis – Executive Director
    Felicia Ellis - Graphic Designer
    Suzanne Hollenbach – Program Administrator
    Bridget Vigue - Grants Manager
    Kathryn Washington – Financial Manager

    Arthur Granito – Secretary & Treasurer

    Blake Warren – Trustee

    Lauren Hollis – Trustee

    Core Values
    Eight core values express the way in which all Children's Cancer Recovery Foundation stakeholders work together to become the premier global voice in children's cancer prevention and survival.

    We believe we are entrusted with a special responsibility to serve all children who are touched by cancer.  We pray like it all depends on a power outside ourselves and work like it all depends on us.

    We affirm people.  We are open to different cultures, ideas, and points of view.  We listen.  When we challenge ideas or behavior, we respect the person.

    We practice teamwork.  We work across boundaries...from international to departmental.  We recognize that decisions impact all stakeholders.  We seek advice from a wide spectrum of team members.  Process is important.

    We speak truth with love.  We practice clear, direct and appropriately detailed communication.  We demonstrate honesty.  We earn trust.

    We honor commitments.  We accept responsibility for our promises and our actions.

    We give 100% every day.  We are immersed in the vision and mission of being the best in the world at delivering hope to children touched by cancer.  We find joy in this quest.

    We learn, adapt and grow as individuals and as an organization

    We take time for personal wellness.  We practice what we teach.  We walk the talk.