Write A Word Of Encouragement

A kind word travels a long way. Share an inspiring message for those affected by pediatric cancer and we’ll deliver the note to your favorite partner hospital.


Care Messages

  • Steve Wiandt: My son Jameson beat cancer and so will you. Be blessed. Be strong. You are loved.

    Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation

  • Claudia & YoYo: Fill your heart with love, fill your mind with determination and fill your soul with hope so that cancer has no place in your life. You are my Hero !!! We love you ~ Claudia & YoYo  

    Children’s Health- Children’s Medical Center

  • Greg Walker: Thank you all , God bless

    Georgia Regent Research Institute, Inc.

  • Morgan Fuller: On September 7, 2015 I was diagnosed with alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma I was 16 years old when this happen and I was determined I would win and in this past month that's what I have done I am finally in remission after almost a year of chemo.. in my journey through this I got a wish to go to Disney and knowing someone would do all that for me just surpised me so much so I started raising money for make a wish I raised $9000 gave $8000 of it for a kid to get a wish granted and a $1000 of it to a little girl that wanted to go on one last trip with her family to disney! I have came so close to God and lean on him to help me through the days. As weird as it sounds weird but this last year has been an amazing year!

    Vanderbilt University Medical Center

  • EMMANUEL MASABO: Hi, am Emmanuel Masabo from Tanzania, i here write this short message to both health attendants and those poor children who are suffering from cancer.From the bottom of my heart i real appreciates the work your doing of taking care of those children. The work your doing no one can ever pay you enough but i believe you will be paid one day. The love you share and the care you give to those who are suffering from pediatric cancer is the most important thing that no money can be enough to buy the love you give. I pray for you all so that you can have a long life. I may have nothing to give you but a hope that the little word to encourage you will help you go on doing your amazing work. Dear lovely people with pediatric cancer hope your all doing fine, i say sorry for those who are not doing well hope your going to get better soon i pray for you. I might not be able to give you any thing but i will always pray for you so that you can get better, i beg you please, follow the instruction that your given by those who are taking care of you. Never forget that "we all share the pain as human being" I love you all yours, Emmanuel Masabo from Tanzania.

    Children’s Hospital, Los Angeles

  • Krystal: You all are so much stronger than any person I know the plate you face everyday for the love of life is truly amazing good luck and many prayers for each and everyone of you....

    The Regents of the University of Michigan

  • Krystal: Thank you for working so hard to make a digress for these strong, precious,beautify.precious children... Its people like you that make a difference in this world keep up the good work

    The Regents of the University of Michigan

  • Team Aaron (The Barton’s): Thank you for all that you've done to give Aaron a second chance at life!

    Duke University Medical Center

  • Michael Strasburger: God Bless You. Be strong and have joy. You are loved abundantly!

    Children’s Hospital Colorado Foundation

  • Roxana Moreno: Thanks for your hard work!!! Thank you all!!!!

    St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

  • John Smith: Thanks for your hard work.

    Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation

  • Zafar Brooks: The work you are doing is so amazing. Thank you for letting HHOW be a part of your journey.

    Children’s Hospital, Los Angeles