Carolina Leaders Support Children’s Cancer Partners in September

Written on September 29, 2022

During Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Children’s Cancer Partners was pleased to have the support of several leaders across the Carolinas. 

“We thank all these Carolina leaders for standing behind Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and helping to create awareness for the very important mission of Children’s Cancer Partners,” said Laura Allen, Executive Director of Children’s Cancer Partners. “There is a lot of work to be done to eliminate the burden facing these children and their families — and we are proud and thrilled to have these leaders as ambassadors of our mission.”

Governor Roy Cooper

Gov. Cooper declared September as North Carolina Childhood Cancer Awareness Month through a proclamation.

North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kody Kinsley 

Secretary Kinsley shared a video on social media expressing his appreciation and support of organizations like Children’s Cancer Partners.

North Carolina State Senator Thom Tillis 

Sen. Tillis also shared a video on social media expressing his appreciation and support of organizations like Children’s Cancer Partners

Neil Robinson, Chairman of the South Carolina Education Oversight Committee

Chairman Robinson authored a letter to all South Carolina public school principals encouraging their participation in Kidz in Lids.

North Carolina Superintendent of the Department of Education Catherine Truitt

Superintendent Truitt also authored a letter to all North Carolina public school principals encouraging their participation in Kidz in Lids.

South Carolina Leaders, Tim Scott and Lindsay Graham, Designate September 2022 as National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. You can read the press release here.

We send a tremendous salute and thank you to these leaders for your support!


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