With Gratitude this National Volunteer Week

Dear CureSearch Family,

As we kick off this National Volunteer Week in the midst of the global coronavirus outbreak, we have an enhanced appreciation of how interconnected we are, and how each of our actions can affect the lives of countless others.

It takes an army of dedicated and resourceful volunteers, each making a unique and important contribution, to support our efforts to fund new treatments and cures for childhood cancers. Now, more than ever, we want to express our deep appreciation for our volunteers and celebrate the impact of their selfless service in advancing childhood cancer research.

Some are inspired to action when a family member or friend is diagnosed with childhood cancer. Others have dedicated their professional lives to discovering new and more effective drugs in academia and industry. So many come together to organize and participate in community and athletic events to raise awareness and critical funds.

For more than 30 years, CureSearch has been a driving force in childhood cancer research. The progress we’re making is only possible because of the passion and commitment of our volunteers, advocates and donors. You are the foundation of all that we do, and together, we’re changing the odds for the children who are counting on us.

With Gratitude,

Kay Koehler
Kay Koehler
President & CEO
CureSearch for Children’s Cancer

P.S. Be sure to follow us on social media where we’ll be highlighting some of our amazing volunteers throughout the week!

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