The Survivorship Council was formed in February 2014 to build awareness and support for the unique issues cancer survivors encounter as a result of their treatment for childhood cancer. Council members are childhood cancer survivors, their siblings and concerned friends and peers, as well as young parents of children impacted by cancer, who share our desire to improve the long term health outcomes for childhood cancer survivors.
Click here to learn more about the Survivorship Council.
National CureSearch Walk Committee
The National CureSearch Walk Committee (NCWC) is a group of volunteers from across the country who have been involved with the CureSearch Walk for 2+ years and have a desire to help shape the program by lending their collective ideas, opinions, and expertise to the national platform. NCWC were nominated and chosen for their individual contributions to their local Walk and their ideas to help the national CSW program grow.
Click here to learn more about the National CureSearch Walk Committee.
Corporate Citizenship Council
The Corporate Citizenship Council involves the corporate community in the search for cures to end children’s cancer through meaningful partnerships and interactions with CureSearch. Members are passionate, driven professionals interested in engaging their personal and professional networks with CureSearch’s mission and work. Meet our current Council Members here.