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CAROLYNS COMPASSIONATE CHILDREN INC Overview
Every cancer survivor deserves the chance to receive a college education. Yet the burden of medical debt, side effects of treatment, and limited access to financial resources leaves many young adult cancer survivors with little hope of attending college. Carolyn's Compassionate Children (CCC), founded nine years ago by Carolyn Rubenstein, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for young adult cancer survivors through two initiatives: *An annual college scholarship program that recognizes survivors who demonstrate leadership, commitment to education, and betterment of their community. *An online support network that connects survivors and provides a comprehensive database of financial resources for higher education. Care. Commit. Change.
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Carolyn’s Compassionate Children is a light that the world has desperately needed for quite some time. The scholarships awarded are more than just money, but rather a helping hand up to the fallen, so they can rise and chase their own dreams. The organization is the dawn; the hope, for those ...
In 2006, in the middle of my senior year at James Madison University, I had a brain tumor removed at Duke University. The cancer extended my college career by 5 semesters as I tried to catch up on all the work that I had let slip while I was ill. The CCC Scholarship I received went a long way to ...
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CCC is a great organization. They realize that the effects of cancer treatment extend beyond the course of treatment and give college scholarships to help make college a possibility for survivors whose families have had to battle with medical expenses that might otherwise make college beyond reach. ...
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