“In general, research has associated the regular practice of gratitude with physical benefits, such a stronger immune system, and higher levels of broad positive emotions…”

Robert Emmons, psychologist, University of California, Davis

Article Credit: How Gratitude Can Improve Your Life

With November comes the season of gratitude. At Cancer for College, we are honored to do the work we do, and while the ultimate goal is a world without cancer, we feel blessed to be a part of the lives of so many survivors. Thank you so much to all who support our mission.

CFC Craig and Kelly  CFC Craig Will Ben

Celebrating Survivors at CFC’s annual golf tournament fundraiser

CFC Craig hugging Agi

Cancer for College is grateful for: 

  • Resilient, determined kids who face a frightening diagnosis with bravery and strength
  • Families who support them in every way possible during their fight
  • Exceptional doctors and nurses who practice their craft with such compassion
  • Modern medicine
  • The body’s ability to heal itself and thrive
  • The gift of life, and so many productive years given back
  • Birthdays

We wish you all a very Happy Thanksgiving


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