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There are many ways to support us in our mission to expand the reach and quality of palliative care for children and their families in our state.

We are extremely grateful for any and all contributions to our cause. Each donation, large or small, makes a difference, whether in advancing home-based care, expanding the reach of care across our state, or helping individual families access the support they need. We do not discriminate based on age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, handicap, or disability.  

The Coalition is a 501(c) 3 corporation and donations are acknowledged with a receipt to allow deduction for US taxpayers.

 - Support the Coalition

A one-time or monthly donation of any amount to the Coalition will help children with complex, chronic medical conditions, and their families.


- Support the Charlie Waller Legacy Fund

Your support provides financial assistance to families facing financial difficulties as a result of having a child with a life-limiting condition or who have had a child die of any cause.


- Become a member

Add your voice and contribute your expertise to support our mission in advocating for one of the most vulnerable populations of our state, children with chronic and complex medical conditions.


-Sign up for

For every purchase you make on Amazon, CPCC gets 0.05% of the purchase price. This can add up fast! Once you sign up, the donation is automatic.


Share your story

Stories are powerful ways to engage and inform others about things that are important. Do you have an experience that others could learn from? Would it offer you comfort to let others know what you have been through? Consider sharing your story with us to be published on our website or in our Coalition newsletter.


Contribute your knowledge

Our events provide an excellent opportunity to connect with others and contribute your knowledge to accelerate change within the palliative care and medical communities. Please consider attending our next conference, or express interest in offering a workshop or information session.

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