…because kids can’t fight cancer alone.

Superhero Cinema Saturday

Join us for a socially distanced, fundraising night at the drive-in on October 24, 2020

The Mallard’s Duck Pond has been temporarily converted into a drive-in movie venue and we want you to join us for a feature film at the ballpark. For more details visit our events page or purchase tickets using the buttons below.

Afternoon Movie | 2:45pmEvening Movie | 6:00pm

Childhood cancer is the number one disease killer of children in the United States.

Every 3 minutes a child is diagnosed with cancer worldwide

In the first year of a child’s diagnosis families experience, on average, a 40% loss in income

We Help Families

The Badger Childhood Cancer Network serves families from 30+ counties whose child has been diagnosed with cancer or a life threatening blood disorder. The patients and families that we serve are treated at the American Family Children’s Hospital, a UW-Hospital and Clinics affiliate. We offer our services to the roughly 100 newly diagnosed children each year, those on ongoing treatment and those who have relapsed, some 400 or more at any given time. Some of the Badger Childhood Cancer Network’s most critical services can be viewed by clicking the link below.

We Help Families

The Badger Childhood Cancer Network serves families from 30+ counties whose child has been diagnosed with cancer or a life threatening blood disorder. The patients and families that we serve are treated at the American Family Children’s Hospital, a UW-Hospital and Clinics affiliate. We offer our services to the roughly 100 newly diagnosed children each year, those on ongoing treatment and those who have relapsed, some 400 or more at any given time. Some of the Badger Childhood Cancer Network’s most critical services can be viewed by clicking the link below.

Thank you so much for helping us pay our rent and some toward our auto repair. Because of you, I am able to spend more time at my daughter’s side and less time worrying how I’m going to make ends meet at home. Your offered me great peace of mind and I really appreciate it.

 

-Mom of a teen with a solid tumor cancer