As advocates for Texas Children’s Cancer Center, the largest pediatric cancer center in the United States, Champions for Children aims to raise awareness and funds to positively impact the lives of the many patients, families and friends that the cancer center serves.
1 in every 330 children in the United States develops cancer before the age of 19.
The cure rate for childhood cancer has gone from 10 to 80% in the last 60 years.
Texas Children's Cancer Center treats children all over the world and provides the most family-centered, advanced care available.
To learn more about the impact of Texas Children's Cancer Center research on patients, view patient stories.
Emily Northcutt is a Texas A&M graduate and a corporate banker with Cadence Bank. She joined Champions for Children because of its worthwhile mission of spreading awareness and raising support for Texas Children’s Cancer Center. She also enjoys volunteering her time at the hospital through Champions. Bringing smiles to children’s faces with activities such as cookie decorating and crafts is especially rewarding. She encourages all who are interested in joining Champions to volunteer. Not only do you see the immediate benefi…