Honoring Our Rally Kid Moms

As Mother's Day nears, our hearts go out to every mom who has been told her baby has cancer. We asked five of our Rally Kid Moms - Jen, Courtney, Shauna, Josie and Tami - to share what motherhood looks like to them since facing the childhood cancer beast. Each has a different story but the same passion whether their child gained

“Real Heroes Don’t Wear Capes – They Teach”

By Lindley Presley, Rally's Marketing and Communication's Manager We are so thankful for the teachers who support Rally's mission of raising awareness and funds for childhood cancer research to find better treatments with fewer long-term side effects and, ultimately, cures. We also appreciate the love and support these teachers show our Rally Kids and their

Princesses with a Purpose

By Sydney Silver, The Princess Project Founder I’ve always had a passion for giving back to those in need. I wanted to find a way to do so by doing what I love, which is performing. The summer of my freshman year in high school, the community theater where I performed began Disney-themed summer camps for

When Your Sibling Has Childhood Cancer

Our Rally Families will tell you that when a child is diagnosed with cancer, the entire family is diagnosed with cancer. The diagnosis is scary and frustrating for everyone, plus it brings plans to a halt and interrupts day-to-day routines. Parents of children battling cancer have to make sacrifices. Siblings of kids fighting cancer may feel