Two Spartanburg High School Students make a Continued Impact on Children’s Cancer Partners.

Posted on May 5, 2021

Sophomore Julia Graham once hosted a spaghetti dinner with the Spartanburg Breakfast Optimist Club. All proceeds were donated to Children’s Cancer Partners (CCP) to help local Carolina children battling cancer receive the life saving treatment they desperately need. Keeping COVID-19 recommendations in mind, Julia brought CCP’s fundraiser, Kidz in Lids, to her administration in lieu […]

Not All Superheroes Wear Red Capes

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This past year has made me truly reflect on my career and what I consider a calling: Nursing. I do not consider myself a hero by any stretch of the imagination, as so many people have blessed me. I have had the pleasure of meeting amazing people every single day in a profession I didn’t […]

Thank you for going above the call of duty for children with cancer in the Carolinas

Posted on March 30, 2021

The global pandemic has affected every facet of our life. Each day brings more tragedy and sadness, new rules for health safety, more restrictions often without answers. Unfortunately, many of us have experienced personal loss. Now imagine, in the midst of this pandemic, that your child has been diagnosed with cancer. You’ve stopped work to […]

Childhood Cancer Road Warriors

Posted on March 24, 2021

Every day, hundreds of our childhood cancer Superheroes are on the road, away from home to get lifesaving treatment.  With so few pediatric treatment centers, the average round trip is probably 70-80 miles.  For dozens of children, the journey is much greater, since none of our fine Carolina facilities have all the treatments. One of […]

CCP Salutes World Social Work Day

Posted on March 16, 2021

A childhood cancer diagnosis crashes down on the entire family.  It blocks out the sun. The first ray of sunshine parents see is the pediatric oncology social worker who helps them overcome their shock, who guides them with assistance and tools that will aid them on their journey. We are proud to be a big […]

Superhero Spotlight: Clay Patterson

Posted on March 10, 2021

Oakbrook Preparatory senior, Clay Patterson, organized a Kidz in Lids day on February 25, 2021 for his Senior Project, which raised nearly $1,000. For Clay, it was more than just a day he could wear at to school. Children’s Cancer Partners of the Carolinas (CCP) has partnered with Clay and his family since 2019 when […]

March is Wilms Tumor Awareness Month

Posted on March 5, 2021

The month of March is Kidney Cancer Awareness Month. Wilms tumor is a form of kidney cancer and the most common type of kidney cancer in children. Some genetic factors can make a child more likely to develop Wilms tumor, including:   a family history or personal history of Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome (a condition associated with larger-than-normal internal organs)  […]

Virtual Game Nights with Optimist International

Posted on March 2, 2021

Thanks to our friends at Optimist International, we now have VIRTUAL family nights! Since December 2020, Optimist International hosts a game night over Zoom for our families. December and January’s games were BINGO! The Optimists shook things up with fun karaoke night full of dancing and singing in February. Virtual game nights is a special […]

Board of Directors Spotlight: Marsha Moore

Posted on February 24, 2021

Special words from Marsha:  “I moved to Spartanburg from Rock Hill with my husband, Tom, in 2011.  We have two sons, two daughters-in-law, and one grandson.  Shortly after moving here, I became involved in the community through the non-profit world: church (choir), Business and Professional Women, and Women Giving for Spartanburg.   Before long, CCP (formerly Children’s Security Blanket) got my attention, and I became a donor.   When I joined […]

Wrapping children with love and hope

Posted on February 23, 2021

For the last 20 years, Children’s Cancer Partners (CCP) has been wrapping children with love and hope in more ways than one. CCP, formerly Children’s Security Blanket, has supported children and their families battling cancer from the time the child is referred to us. Read our story here.   The support mainly comes in the way of financial […]