#whippediatriccancer
#whippediatriccancer
“WPC is a truly wonderful organization that has put smiles on children’s faces all across the globe all while raising money for childhood cancer. “
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“‘Whip’ is a Wonderful organization that helps raise funds, brings awareness and does sooo much more for children and families living the nightmare of Childhood Cancer.“
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“Whip Pediatric Cancer is the most wonderful organization I have ever encountered. It is run by people who truly care for what cancer fighting kiddos deserve.”
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“Like many organization’s Whip Pediatric Cancer helps to raise funds for important research to cure Childhood Cancer. What sets it apart, is how Whip Pediatric Cancer opens it’s heart creating priceless memories and true friendship’s to last a lifetime, everything they do has passion and purpose.”
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“Love the organization! I am proud to be apart of something so great, and honored to be able to spread childhood cancer awareness in Such a positive way thanks to the heart of gold program!! Thank you for starting this and for caring about our kids enough to try and make a difference. Our school View Full →
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“Amazing organization run by amazing people.”
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“Whip Pediatric Cancer is the most wonderful organization I have ever encountered.”
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“As a Survivor of Pediatric Cancer- I can’t say enough good about this organization! Amazing!!”
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“I highly recommend supporting this charity, as they do exactly what they promise and truly make a difference in these families’ lives both personally and medically.”
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“In just an hour at the ball park tonight we raised $102 with our extra Gold Hearts from school. Thank you for all you do, it’s making a difference! Whip Pediatric Cancer!!”
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About Whip Pediatric Cancer

Whip Pediatric Cancer is a 501 C3 non-profit organization. It’s sole purpose is raising awareness about pediatric cancer and the need for funding that will help scientists find a cure. You can learn more about the history of Whip Pediatric Cancer here, or you can learn how to bring the “Heart of GOLD” program to your school here.