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The 2017 National Childhood Cancer Awareness Tree Ribbons

2017 AWARENESS TREE RIBBONS
* AVAILABLE TO ORDER *
The American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO) has honored and commemorated thousands of children since the year 2000, who have had their lives turned upside down by childhood cancer. Each year, our over 20-foot-tall tree is decorated with thousands of gold ribbons, each ribbon bearing the name of a child who has been affected by childhood cancer.
Order your ribbon today and join us as we
Light Up the Holidays with Hope!
Click HERE or on the gold button below.
1. Add the child’s name, age, state and option tribute
2. Complete your purchase.
All purchases made by Sunday, November 26th will appear on this year’s Awareness tree in Newport Beach, California. Any purchases after this date cannot be guaranteed placement on the tree.
Note: More than one ribbon may be purchased for each child.
After the holidays, you will receive your child’s ribbon in the mail.
You can see our National Awareness tree proudly displayed at the Marina Park in Newport Beach, California from December 13-17th, during the Holiday Boat Parade!
For updates and reminders, follow us on Facebook and join our mailing list!
For questions or concerns, email tree@acco.org.
To learn about the history of our Awareness tree, click HERE.
 FIGHTING FOR NEARLY 50 YEARS ACCO IS THE 1ST & LARGEST U.S. CHILDHOOD CANCER NONPROFIT

 

WHO WE ARE:
Founded in 1970 by a dedicated group of parents of children with cancer, the ACCO is the oldest and largest grassroots childhood cancer organization in the U.S. and only U.S. member of Childhood Cancer International. We are dedicated to making childhood cancer a national health priority through shaping policy, supporting research, raising awareness, and providing educational resources and innovative programs to children with cancer, survivors, and their families.

OUR MISSION:
We are a community of families, survivors, and friends who have been affected by childhood and adolescent cancer. We offer our community support, information, advocacy. We are their voice.

OUR VISION:
We believe childhood and adolescent cancer must be designated a child health priority.

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