A diagnosis of childhood cancer is one of the most painful and unsettling situations a family can face. Due to the lack of funding focused on new treatments for the disease, we initiated our Childhood Cancer Program in 2012.
We see a future without childhood cancer, one in which children and families affected by cancer find hope and happiness. To date, we have contributed over $17 million to the cause and funded over 200,000 hours of research. Since 2012, our employees and financial professionals have worked to accelerate the search for childhood cancer cures while providing support for families facing the disease and survivors struggling with late effects of treatment.
All children deserve the chance to live life to the fullest. With the help of our dedicated employees and financial professionals nationwide, we’re doing all we can to make that happen. Read more to learn about each of the three pillars of our Childhood Cancer Program.