Glow Gold with Norton Children's Cancer Institute supporting Norton Children's Hospital through the Children's Hospital Foundation
Glow Gold with Norton Children's Cancer Institute

Glow Gold with Norton NCCI!

September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and Norton Children’s Cancer Institute wants you to show support for our pediatric cancer patients by Glowing Gold!

How to participate:

  1. Take a selfie, or group selfie, with a light (front porch light, flashlight, lantern, etc.) and post it to social media using the #GlowGold #GoGold and #NortonChildrens
  2. Share why you are supporting childhood cancer awareness month
  3. Consider supporting Norton Children’s Cancer Institute and the patients by making a donation

Accept the Challenge!

Did you know?

  • In 2019, about 11,060 children in the United States under the age of 15 will be diagnosed with cancer.

  • One in five children diagnosed with cancer in the U.S. will not survive. Approximately 1,800 children and adolescents still die of cancer each year; indicating that new advances and continued research to find effective treatments are needed.

  • More than 200 children receive care from Norton Children’s Cancer Institute each year –– patients come from 71 counties in Kentucky and Southern Indiana.

  • More than 8,200 chemotherapy treatments are given at Norton Children's Cancer Institute

  • Norton Children’s Cancer Institute provides the region with the latest advancements in pediatric cancer care and programs. We treat all forms of pediatric cancer and blood disorders.


Accept the Challenge, then complete the challenge by uploading your photo OR donating. Earn points for completing the challenge AND by recruiting others to take the challenge, making social media posts and fundraising.