Childhood Cancer Parents Alliance
|Registration no.||England and Wales: 1090871|
|Rachael Olley, Chris Gibbs, Abby White, Richard Palmer|
|Slogan||United in helping families fight childhood and adolescent cancer across the UK|
|The National Alliance of Childhood Cancer Parent Organisations|
The Childhood Cancer Parents Alliance (CCPA) — previously known as The National Alliance of Childhood Cancer Parent Organisations (NACCPO) — is a UK registered cancer charity to aid the stability of children's lives when they have been diagnosed with cancer. The charity focuses on the wellbeing and support of the whole family to bring together member groups to help the family in difficult times during treatment and medication.
CCPA was set up to aid families where a child had been diagnosed with cancer. Thousands of children are diagnosed every year, which has a dramatic effect on their family due to medical requirements, costs, and disruption to normal daily life. CCPA's aim is to render assistance by various means such as providing holidays an sponsored events, such as celebrity football matches
CCPA has more than 35 member groups that combine efforts for their specific support
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