Working together to give back! Hallmark Gold Crown stores are making it a little easier to give back with their donation program. For every Kids Toy Donated at their store, they will provide you with a 20% off your entire purchase coupon for your next visit. Toy donations will benefit Children's Minnesota - St. Paul.
Camber was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) at two and a half years old. Today, she shows us what bravery really looks like.
Join Crisp & Green in supporting kids with cancer by Shining Bright for Kids in September! On September 18 they will donate a percentage of in-store sales on to support the Cancer Kids Fund at Children’s Minnesota. Visit their locations in Wayzata and the North Loop to enjoy amazing, fresh food and make an impact on the lives of kids with cancer.
October 18, 2017, 6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m., Minneapolis
Join other AYA Oncology patients to help learn how to look and feel your best during and after treatment. Look Good Feel Better is a public service program created by the Look Good Feel Better Foundation, the American Cancer Society, and the Professional Beauty Association to help girls and guys deal with the appearance, health, and social side effects of cancer treatment. LGFB includes lessons on skin care, cosmetics, wigs, hair wraps, and hats, accessories, and styling, helping young people with cancer to find some normalcy in a life that is by no means normal.
October 7, 2017, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., Minnetonka
Join us for an AYA yoga class led by an instructor to help focus your mind and relax your body. There will be snacks and social time followed by the guided yoga session. All levels are welcome!
September 23, 2017, 7 p.m. – 10 p.m., Minneapolis
At Children's Minnesota, we recognize our local team pride and are excited to show our support for our MN United soccer team as they play Dallas! Come join us for a great soccer game.
September 23, 2017, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., Minnetonka
Gilda's Club is a Cancer Support Community that offers free emotional support, education, and hope to children and adults impacted by any kind of cancer and those who care for them. More than 3,000 members from 40+ counties take advantage of this program. Please join us for a canvas painting session where you can follow step by step tutorial led by a certified art therapist, or take creative license and make your own original artwork.
At Children’s Minnesota, we believe your care is a partnership between you, your family and a wide variety of experts in cancer treatment, including physicians, nursing, psychology, social work and more. You’ll have support from dozens of specialists at Children's as well as experts in young adult and adult medicine from Allina Health’s Abbott Northwestern Hospital.
No matter how you look at it, having cancer is scary. Knowing what to expect will help you feel a little more prepared. Below is brief overview of how things work. Your Children’s Minnesota care team will be there to provide more information, guidance and answers to questions along the way.
At Children’s Minnesota, we know that medical treatments—like surgery, chemotherapy and radiation—are only part of caring for an adolescent or young adult (AYA) with cancer. You’ll also need emotional support, interactions with other people your age and logistical help living your life while undergoing cancer treatments. We’ll help you find the combination of support—and independence—that’s right for you.