ACCO News and Press

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 American Childhood Cancer Organization is proud to work with The International Society of Pediatric Oncology (SIOP) and the International Confederation of Childhood Cancer Parent Organizations (ICCCPO)to meet the needs of children with cancer and their families in all parts of the world. We proudly participate in International Childhood Cancer Day by hosting PJammin fir Kids with Cancer events in dozens of schools and businesses across the country.

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The American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO), a non-profit dedicated to helping children and their families with cancer is competing with charities nationwide for grants ranging from $10,000 to $250,000 from the Chase Community Giving program. Voters can help secure their success by voting for ACCO through the Chase Community Giving program on Facebook beginning September 6th.

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The American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO) announced today that Maxi Iglesias will represent their organization in this year's third season premiere of "¡Mira Quien Baila!" (Look Who's Dancing!) a celebrity reality dance competition. On Sunday, September 9th at 8pm, Univision Network will launch its highly-anticipated third season of the reality dance sensation, "¡Mira Quién Baila!" (Look Who’s Dancing!).

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 Chicago, IL, This past Monday the Jel Sert Company presented  the ACCO with a check for $25,000 raised through their Facebook 'Click for a Cure Campaign.'

The $25,000 donation was a result of Jel Sert's social media fundraiser on Facebook where the company donated $1 for every new fan who joined their Fla-Vor-Ice and Otterpops page during the promotion period. 

Through the overwhelming support of their consumers and the childhood cancer community, the pages reached 25,000 new fans in just 10 days. The donated funds will be used for much needed informational tools and coping resources that are made available through the ACCO to childhood cancer patients and their families.

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