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Ken Wegner President of ACCO

Ken Wegner, President of The Jel Sert Company, becomes the Board President of the American Childhood Cancer Organization. The American Childhood Cancer Organization is proud to announce the appointment of Ken Wegner as their Board President. Ken joins the board Read more ›


Gold Ribbon Hero Ethan P

“Reason this person is a Gold Ribbon Hero: Our son Ethan, fought for 11 long months from Stage 4Ewings Sarcoma! He was an active happy 12 year old until cancer took over his little body! He fought like a warrior Read more ›


Gold Ribbon Hero Nolan S

“Reason this person is a Gold Ribbon Hero: Nolan always had a lovely smile on his face even though going through the worst which should have been the best time of his childhood.  He inspires us. What a fighter !!” Read more ›


Gold Ribbon Hero Morgan P

“Reason this person is a Gold Ribbon Hero: My 5 year old niece was diagnosed with a Wilms tumor (kidney cancer) in September 2016.  She hasn’t skipped a beat since that day (making every attempt to go to school, dance Read more ›


Gold Ribbon Hero Cooper H

“Reason this person is a Gold Ribbon Hero: At the age of 4 years old Cooper Hodges was diagnosed with a glioblastoma of the spine. On February 19th, 2016 Cooper woke up unable to walk, parazlyed from the waist down. Read more ›


Gold Ribbon Hero – Nolan’s Story

Nolan’s Story We would like to extend our deepest condolences to the family and loved ones of Nolan Scully, who earned his angel wings on February 4, at the age of four, after a long and hard-fought battle with Rhabdomyosarcoma. Read more ›


Gold Ribbon Hero Andrew A

“Reason this person is a Gold Ribbon Hero: Andrew was diagnosed with stage 4 rhabdo when he was 1.  During treatment (54 weeks in total) he never stopped fighting! He was always smiling, playing and being a kid. He is Read more ›


Microsoft PJammin Event

Join Microsoft and ACCO in your PJs to Help Kids with Cancer! Kicking off a new partnership to support and empower children and their families fighting childhood cancer, Microsoft Corporation and American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO) will be hosting a Read more ›


Wear Your 2017 ICCD Shirts

Help us honor the hundreds of thousands of children affected by childhood cancer around the world. Wear your ICCD Awareness T-Shirt today! Share photos of yourself and your family wearing your t-shirts with us! Share at: media@acco.org. Or by posting them on our Facebook Read more ›


ACCO’s Work in Ethiopia

ACCO’s Restricted Donations to Fund Programs for Children with Cancer in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Today, on International Childhood Cancer Day, we join together with our partners in the childhood cancer community around the world to highlight the critical disparities in Read more ›


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