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Magic and Miracles

"Magic and Miracles" is Our Amazing Fighters' annual holiday assistance program. We believe that the burdens of childhood cancer should NEVER prevent a family from having Christmas or a joyful holiday season. We get to help in providing the magic while we hope and pray for miracles in the lives of those we support. 


M&M is a wide-ranging program that is catered to meet the needs of the families we serve. The 4 main areas of assistance are...

  • Full Christmas Sponsorships: This is a full sponsorship, covering ALL the gifts for ALL of the children (not just the child on treatment). 

  • Gift Assistance: This program assists families who might need help with just some of the gifts or with one item. 

  • Christmas Cheer: This program helps with purchasing meals, decorations, Christmas trees, or anything else that helps create the magic of the holidays.

  • Meg's Very Merry Givebacks: Meg is a 5 year leukemia survivor and Virginia resident. At a young age, she felt compelled to find a way to give back to all of the people who supported her while she was sick. Through Meg's Giveback, she collects toys and delivers them to INOVA Children's Hospital in December in honor of her "cancerversary" to read more about this program and about Meg, please click here... 

Applications for Magic and Miracles will open in October. If you are interested in sponsoring a family or donating to this program, please email The matching process will begin after families have been selected.

Our 2022 program was a MASSIVE success. We supported countless families and gave nearly $11,000 in necessities, toys, gifts & gift cards. Additionally, we gave thousands of dollars in financial assistance and covered several other needs and unexpected expenses. 21 children in 8 states, got a Christmas unlike ever before because of Magic and Miracles. We simply could not have done this without the generous support of so many "elves" around the United States each helping us achieve our vision of "every family fighting pediatric cancer should have a community fighting alongside them!" 

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