Golisano Children's Hospital / Pediatric Hematology/Oncology / Resources Resources CURE Childhood Cancer Association—Improving the lives of families coping with cancer including brain tumors and chronic blood disorders by providing emotional, educational, and financial support. Camp Good Days and Special Times—This organization reaches out to children in our community who have been affected by the challenges of illness, and provides them with a fun camping experience. Campers experience all the traditional camping activities such as hiking, sailing, fishing, and arts and crafts at their Keuka Lake facility. The camp also features a Project Adventure ropes course, a handicapped accessible swimming pool, miniature golf course, areas for music, nature and computers. Most of all, Camp Good Days has top-notch staff and volunteers, making it a truly special place. Teens Living with Cancer—This site focuses on supporting teens through the unique challenges they face in dealing with cancer. The site includes supportive links and personal stories. CancerSourceKids.com—This website includes channels designed for children, teens and parents. The site offers insight and advice from teens dealing with cancer, age-appropriate information, and some online games and activities. National Children's Cancer Society— National Children's Cancer Society (NCCS) provides financial support to children with cancer and their families, for expenses related to cancer treatment. The society assists children from birth to age 18 and their families throughout the United States. The website offers information on the organization as well as message boards, information on special events and helpful links. National Marrow Donor Program—The National Marrow Donor Program facilitates life-saving blood stem cell transplants for patients who do not have a donor in their family. They provide the products and services that bring patients and donors together through life-saving technology. The website offers links to recent news and upcoming events as well as real-life stories of those who have been through the donation process. CancerCare—This website offers information, workshops and counseling for those living with children with cancer. The site addresses these main needs: counseling, connection (Q&A), information on financial assistance and medical information. Wilmot Cancer Institute—The Wilmot Cancer Institute offers multidisciplinary cancer care with providers from many disciplines including surgical, medical and radiation oncology. Doctors, nurses, support staff and research scientists are all brought together, with a single mission: raising the bar for cancer care in Rochester and Upstate New York.