Children’s Cancer Fund of New Mexico

The mission of Children’s Cancer Fund of New Mexico is to help New Mexico's children with cancer and their families with the day-to-day emotional, financial, and educational needs of living with, and fighting cancer. From the moment a New Mexico child is diagnosed with cancer, the CCFNM is there to help: providing childhood cancer education, prevention, treatment and detection programs (funded by St. Joseph Community Health); assistance for transportation costs to and from the clinic in the form of gas and transportation vouchers; food and grocery vouchers to help parents feed their families during lengthy stays in Albuquerque; emergency financial assistance basic needs such as rent and utilities; prizes and bravery awards for children to help minimize the trauma of painful procedures such as spinal taps, bone marrow biopsies, chemotherapy treatments and prolonged hospital stays; funeral assistance to families whose child has ended their battle with cancer; and educational scholarships for any child treated for cancer in New Mexico.

  • 505-243-3618
  • 112 14th Street SW, Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States

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