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Family Activities

We help families with childhood cancer connect.

Candlelighters families are part of a close-knit community where, together, they are able to put aside challenges and just be with other families who get it. As a result, many have made lifelong friends built on countless hours of camaraderie.

Candlelighters family activities are offered throughout our chapters, across Oregon and SW Washington, at no cost to families. Subscribe to our quarterly Family Connections newsletter using the form below to get our latest news and events delivered to your inbox.

August Bereavement Support Group

August Bereavement Support Group

New Bereavement Support Group Candlelighters is here for families throughout the journey of childhood cancer, and that includes a consistent, safe space of support for those who have lost a child to pediatric cancer. Meeting and getting to know other families...

September Parent & Caregiver Support Group

September Parent & Caregiver Support Group

The Parent & Caregiver Support Group meets the first Wednesday of each month over Zoom. This is a chance to meet other parents and caregivers of children with cancer so that you can share your thoughts, stories, and concerns relating to childhood cancer. The group...

Agosto Grupos de apoyo en español

Agosto Grupos de apoyo en español

Grupos de apoyo en español Conéctate con otros parientes y cuidadores que entienden como es tener un hijo diagnosticado con cáncer. Ofrecemos una serie de grupos de apoyo en español por Zoom el último viernes de cada mes a las 5:30 p.m. El grupo es facilitado por...

Candlelighters Summer Family Activities

Candlelighters Summer Family Activities

Online Each month, we have recurring online meetings for parents and youth that are open to all families and chapters. Luminaries Youth Group The Luminaries is Candlelighters' youth and young adult program whose focus is on increasing positive social interactions...

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