These programs and services are designed to give kids with chronic illnesses and pediatric pain a little extra joy and hope, and to bring smiles to their faces.
NATIONAL GROUPS THAT OFFER SPECIAL PROGRAMS FOR KIDS WITH CHRONIC ILLNESSES
Our programs and services help children with life-threatening illnesses believe in hope, joy and the promise of tomorrow. Our foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life for critically ill children and their families through three unique programs. Serving over 38,000 children each year, we have become a national leader in pediatric support services that help to ease pain, reduce loneliness and bring joy to children throughout their treatment process.
The Dream Factory grants dreams to children diagnosed with critical or chronic illnesses who are 3 through 18 years of age.
Its purpose is “To provide wish fulfillment to disabled, disadvantaged and deserving individuals and families.” The foundation is not just for young or terminally ill; it is for anyone who deserves a wish!
Provides ongoing events & activities and a powerful, unique support community for children with cancer and other life-threatening medical conditions.
This organization which serves those across the United States fulfills dreams and wishes of chronically ill, terminally ill handicapped and abused children. The majority of wishes the Sunshine Foundation fulfills are to visit a Central Florida attraction.
Kids of Courage is an all volunteer organization, dedicated to the support of sick children and their families, day and night
The mission of the Room to Dream Foundation is to create healing environments in hospitals, communities, and homes for children and adolescents who are facing chronic illnesses. As they recuperate and recover, our hope is that their renovated spaces will improve their quality of life, promote strength, imagination, self-worth, and aid in their recovery processes.
Special Spaces creates dream bedrooms for children with life-threatening medical illnesses. This is a place that only the child can dream or imagine while addressing their medical needs. Our focus is answering one question;Where does a child go when battling a serious illness to find peace and comfort.