Help kids like Mia fight cancer

Children’s Minnesota has the largest pediatric cancer and blood disorders program in the Upper Midwest, caring for most of the children diagnosed with cancer in the state. Each year, more than 1,000 children are admitted to the Jim and Colleen Ryan Pediatric Cancer and Blood Disorders Center at our hospital in Minneapolis. And this year, more than ever, kids with cancer rely on the safe, effective, compassionate care Children’s Minnesota provides.

Children’s Minnesota provides not only the best-in-class care, but important extras that alleviate stress and help with healing. Through the Cancer Kids Fund we are able to provide music therapy, child life experts, pet therapy visits, meals, playtime for siblings, as well as help to cover a family’s everyday expenses, like mortgage, rent and transportation.

During Childhood Cancer Awareness Month this September, you can help us reach our annual goal of raising $1 million for the Cancer Kids Fund and support local kids with cancer and blood disorders.

2020 Shine Bright partners

Thank you to the businesses who have already joined this year’s Shine Bright for Cancer Kids campaign to support children fighting cancer and blood disorders at Children’s Minnesota. Get your business involved by providing special discounts or promotions to help us raise money for the Cancer Kids Fund at Children’s Minnesota. How your business gets involved is up to you — you could do a point-of-sale round-up donation or matching-funds gift. Learn more about the sponsorship levels and complete the campaign proposal form to participate. »

About the Cancer and Blood Disorders program at Children’s

We are the largest pediatric cancer and blood disorders program in the Upper Midwest, caring for more than 55 percent of children diagnosed with cancer or blood disorders in Minnesota, and 70 percent of those diagnosed in the Twin Cities. We also care for our patients’ families by investing in the Cancer Kids Fund, which supports wellbeing through music therapy, child life experts, pet therapy visits, meals, playtime for siblings, as well as help covering a family’s everyday expenses.

Business sponsorship information

How to get your business involved’

Be part of Shine Bright for Cancer Kids this September by providing special discounts or promotions to help us raise money for the Cancer Kids Fund at Children’s Minnesota. How your business gets involved is up to you — you could do a point-of-sale round-up donation or matching-funds gift. Complete this campaign proposal form to participate »