In my search to find more things to share for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, I have come across a few great articles to share.
This article – Helping Families Dealing With Cancer: Do’s and Don’ts – shares some things that you can do for a family who’s child has been diagnosed with cancer, as well as some things you shouldn’t do.
One of the things listed on the “do’s” is to give blood.
Even if you do not know someone directly who has been diagnosed with childhood cancer, you can still give blood.
Additionally, you can sign up to be a marrow donor. Programs like Be the Match can assist in that process and place you int the marrow registry.
I also stumbled across this – Childhood Cancer Awareness Pinterest board.
If there is nothing else that you do for childhood cancer this entire month, at least share one picture, one article, one blog post.