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Enhancing the Quality of Life for Children in Texas

with Rare & Undiagnosed Conditions

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TEAMS

CC4C Teams

Each child gets placed on their dream team as an 

honorary teammate 

MENTORS

CC4C Mentors

Children participate in mentor relationships and inspirational events 

WELLNESS

CC4C Wellness

Children & families get access to

mental health & wellness programs

ASSISTANCE

Financial Assistance

Families get financial assistance for medical &

other expenses

over

100

children served

over

850

medical reimbursements

over

500

volunteers each year

CC4C rare and undiagnosed diseases

A CC4C CHILD'S JOURNEY

An average of: 

Americans with Rare Diseases

30 Million

Genetic

80%

Are Children

Most

WAYS TO GET INVOLVED

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One-time or

Monthly Donation

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CC4C children rare and undiagnosed

7.6 Years

Of Testing

8-12 

Physicians

Misdiagnoses

2-3

CC4C ALUMNI CHILDREN STORIES

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Caleb
Caleb

Caleb taken during national signing day. He has accepted an academic and athletic scholarship to Indiana Tech. He is still being treated monthly for ITP. Caleb received the scholarship for track. He is a hurdler (110H and 300m) and a long jumper and he also competed on his schools 4x100 relay.

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Eva
Eva

Eva came to CC4C bedridden, home-bound, and losing her vision. In her time with CC4C, she was able to walk again, regained her sight, and returned to school. Eva finished her Freshman year with a 4.0 and received an art award! Eva is looking forward to attending her high school this Fall semester.

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Caleb
Caleb

Caleb taken during national signing day. He has accepted an academic and athletic scholarship to Indiana Tech. He is still being treated monthly for ITP. Caleb received the scholarship for track. He is a hurdler (110H and 300m) and a long jumper and he also competed on his schools 4x100 relay.

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