Making life better through childhood cancer support for families.

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Raise awareness through sports!

Gather your team and host
a Playing for Purpose game!

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Providing Educational, Social, Emotional, Mental & Behavioral Health Services To Families During And After A Childhood Cancer Diagnosis.

100% Free Services.

All services are provided at completely no cost, and are entirely funded through the donations of our sponsors, supporters, and donors. We provide 100%-free comprehensive, coordinated care to the entire family for their entire lifetime.

Request an appointment.

To request an appointment with a member of our clinical staff you must first have a referral submitted by yourself or someone else - nurse, school counselor, physician, or friend.

Get help nationwide.

View our resource guide to access Foundation care and assistance from anywhere in the world. Our resources are hand-selected and designed by our licensed clinical staff to help you navigate the effects of a childhood cancer diagnosis.

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Join the community.

“Hatch’s Hero” is a community of families affected by childhood cancer that the Austin Hatcher Foundation walks beside, through direct mental, social, and educational support. This community of remarkable families has shown incredible courage and resilience in the face of childhood cancer.

Sign up and receive a free hero box with t-shirts and activities for the whole family.

Raise Awareness for Childhood Cancer Families

Fundraise by doing what you love.

Anyone can help raise support for childhood cancer families. Empowerment lies in your hands- whether it’s a birthday fundraiser, memorial, lemonade stand, or whatever you want your individual fundraiser to be!

Every dollar raised aids in delivering specialized care, education, and crucial services to help more families cope in the present and thrive in the future.

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Family testimony

"Cancer is a bad thing, but AHF makes it a lot better."

-Brother of a Cancer Survivor

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