Fundraise Your Way supporting Maine Children’s Cancer Program
Maine Children’s Cancer Program

About Maine Children's Cancer Program Fundraise Your Way

At Maine Children's Cancer Program (MCCP), we pride ourselves on the community that surrounds us who, without hesitation, rallies around our patients and families in the most creative ways. With MCCP's Fundraise Your Way, you get to put your own unique hobbies, talents, and passions to work to raise money your way and on your own schedule!

We give you the platform and resources to set up your fundraiser, you share your efforts with friends, family, and colleagues, and together, we make a difference for the patients and families receiving life-saving care at MCCP.

Whether you raise, $10, $100, or even $1,000, every dollar counts in the fight against childhood cancer!

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Get Inspired

One of the best parts about Fundraise Your Way? The sky is the limit! If you're not sure where to get started, consider the following ideas for inspiration:
  • Donate your birthday, an anniversary, or any special day

  • Honor or memorialize a loved one

  • Organize a fun day at the office

  • ​Put a specific hobby, skill, or passion to work

  • Get creative! Maybe you hate pickles - pledge to eat a pickle straight from the jar once you reach your fundraising goal. Maybe you'll jump in the ocean wearing an outfit of your top donor's choice. Like we said, the sky's the limit!

About Maine Children's Cancer Program

Maine Children's Cancer Program (MCCP), the pediatric oncology program of The Barbara Bush Children's Hospital at Maine Medical Center, is committed to providing comprehensive care to children with cancer and blood disorders in Maine and parts of New Hampshire. Our team of pediatric oncology/hematology physicians, specialized nurses, social workers, research associates, a child life specialist, and a dedicated pediatric oncology clinical pharmacy specialist work together to provide care that incorporates three integrated components: state-of-the-art medical treatment, psycho-social support services, and clinical research. With approximately 50 new oncology diagnoses each year, 200 of whom are on active treatment at any time, along with about 150 children being followed for a variety of blood disorders, MCCP fills a great need in our state, providing excellent care in a closer-to-home setting. To learn more, please visit