3 Little Birds 4 Life is a nonprofit organization that supports people with cancer between the ages of 18 and 40.
Bite Me Cancer is a nonprofit foundation that focuses on supporting teenagers in their battles against all cancers.
Cancer Support Community offers support and counseling for people with cancer and their families.
CancerCare is a nonprofit organization that provides free professional counseling and educational programs to anyone affected by cancer, including teens and young adults.
CancerMatch is a networking and dating website for cancer survivors.
CureSearch for Children's Cancer funds and supports cancer research for kids and teens and provides information and resources to anyone affected by childhood cancer.
Hope for Young Adults with Cancer provides financial assistance and regular social meetups for young adults with cancer.
Kids Konnected connects children and teenagers who have parents with cancer, so they may talk with someone their own age who is going through the same experience.
LIVESTRONG provides resources on cancer diagnosis and treatment for young adults, including one-on-one support.
Look Good...Feel Better strives to improve quality of life and self-esteem for people receiving cancer treatment by providing beauty sessions in group and individual settings.
National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship advocates for quality cancer care and provides resources to cancer survivors who are interested in advocacy.
Nikolas Ritschel Foundation is a support and information website for young adults age 18 to 24 living with cancer.
SaveMyFertility.org provides reliable information on preserving fertility and the ability to have children, before and after cancer treatment.
Stupid Cancer provides information and support for young adults with cancer.
SuperSibs is dedicated to supporting siblings of children with cancer through scholarships, an ambassador program, and a comfort and care program. The program is run by Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation.
Teen Cancer America partners with hospitals to develop specialized facilities and services for teens and young adults with cancer.
TeensHealth provides information on cancer and other topics.
The National Children's Cancer Society (NCCS) provides emotional, financial, and educational support to children with cancer, their families, and survivors.
The Samfund provides financial assistance and free online support and education for young adults with cancer.
The Ulman Foundation helps young adult survivors by connecting them with other survivors.
Vital Options is a nonprofit organization that brings together cancer advocates from around the world.
Young Survival Coalition (YSC) is an organization dedicated to the critical issues facing young women who are diagnosed with breast cancer. YSC offers resources, connections, and outreach so women feel supported, empowered, and hopeful.
Camps and Retreats
Whether it is a summer camp, a week-long retreat, or a weekend gathering, children, adults, and families can come together at camps specifically designed for people with cancer, survivors, and loved ones. They can have adventures, find support, and learn new things about themselves. Find a camp or retreat for you and your family.
Scholarship and Financial Aid Resources
This list contains links to educational scholarships and financial aid resources for young adult and teen cancer survivors. You might also find scholarships through some of the websites listed above. A social worker can also help you find organizations in your area. Please contact each organization directly for the most current information.
American Cancer Society - Some regional divisions of the ACS offer scholarships for childhood cancer survivors. Contact the ACS to learn about the programs available in your state.
Jackie Spellman Scholarship Foundation - For leukemia and lymphoma survivors and their family members.
Michael A. Hunter Memorial Scholarship - For leukemia and lymphoma survivors and their family members.
Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation Scholarship Program - For brain tumor survivors
The Stephen T. Marchello Scholarship Foundation - For residents of Colorado and Montana
If your organization offers scholarships for young adults or teenagers with cancer but is not listed here, please call 888-651-3038 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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