Apply Through July 31, 2024, for Survivorship Champion’s Prize

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Children’s Cancer Cause, a national advocacy group in pioneering research and innovation for pediatric cancer, announced it is accepting applications for the Survivorship Champion’s Prize. This award is presented to a group, program, or institution that has demonstrated significant advancements in programs and services aimed at lifelong health maintenance for survivors of pediatric cancers. The recipient(s) will receive a total $10,000 award.

The purpose of the award is to acknowledge the significance of addressing the challenges related to posttreatment services for cancer survivors, especially those transitioning to non-oncology adolescent and/or adult health-care services. The deadline to submit an application is July 31, 2024. The award recipient will be announced in September 2024.

Eligibility Requirements

The following requirements are needed to be eligible:

  • A group or institution based in the United States that advances pediatric cancer survivorship through programs and services that offer a sustainable process for maintaining health;
  • Applicant must be a 501(c)(3) nonprofit institution or organization or part of one;
  • Relevant work should be related to advancing survivorship care services for children, adolescents, and young adults;
  • The recipient of the award should have the ability to participate in promoting the award through survivorship programs, such as an advocacy event, webinar, presentation, or Capitol Hill briefing.

More About the Prize

The Survivorship Champion’s Prize is a component of the Stewart Initiative for Childhood Cancer Survivors. Established in 2020, the Survivorship Champion’s Prize has awarded a total of $85,000 in funds to a total of 13 survivorship programs across the country to address disparities in access to care, enhance and expand health-care transition programs, improve technology, and purchase tablets and books for clinic patients.

To learn more about the Survivorship Champion’s Prize, visit