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Show support for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Give today to help build hope for kids like Isabella.

The month of September highlights childhood cancer awareness. According to the American Childhood Cancer Organization website, nearly 16,000 children under the age of 21 are diagnosed with cancer each year, and about 3 out of every 4 will beat their illness. Help build hope so that every child survives.

Meet Isabella, who is fighting leukemia at Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital. Watch a brief video on YouTube.

You can “build hope” in recognition of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month by visiting GiveVision2020 and making a gift.

Or, you can share your story about why you support Childhood Awareness Month by creating your own giving page at Everyday Hero.

Donate your spare change as part of the Build Hope September Coin Drive by calling the LLU Children’s Hospital Foundation at 909-558-5370.

You can also show your support for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month on social media by adding a special profile photo filter at Twibbon.

Through Vision 2020: The Campaign for Whole Tomorrow, Loma Linda University Health is embarking on a journey to give hope, provide cures, and save the lives of the youngest patients by building a new Children's Hospital tower.