This April, join us on Capitol Hill and make your voice heard!
Registration is now open for the Alliance for Childhood Cancer’s 2023 Action Days, held April 24th and 25th in Washington, D.C. Action Days offer an incredible opportunity to join childhood cancer patients, survivors, caregivers, family members, and advocates from across the country, and speak with one voice to Congress about the most urgent issues facing our community.
Last year, we were able to bring together over 300 advocates from 39 states to participate in nearly 200 congressional meetings. We shared our stories, goals, and needs with the most influential legislative decisionmakers in our country, and let each other know that we’re not on this journey alone.
The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation is proud to participate in Action Days as a founding member of the Alliance for Childhood Cancer, composed of more than 20 of the country’s largest childhood cancer patient advocacy groups. Together, we work to increase awareness of childhood cancer and advance research and policies that will improve outcomes for patients. It’s our great joy to be able to work with so many key stakeholders in childhood cancer research and advocacy, and we hope that you will join us this Spring to share your stories with legislators!
Registration for Action Days is open now through March 31. Click here to learn more and register. If you have any questions, please email Mike Henry, the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation’s Director of Advocacy, at [email protected].
The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation is committed to making kids with brain tumors a national health priority. To join us in this mission, we urge you to sign up to receive future advocacy alerts at curethekids.org/advocate. Together, we can help educate policymakers and the public about the childhood cancer community’s biggest needs and concerns, and make our voices heard.