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Our Mission

Life changes suddenly and dramatically for families facing cancer, leaving everyone — especially kids — feeling lost and scared. Resilience Campaign™ provides resources to help families talk honestly and create easy routines to help them feel more at peace and comfortable navigating the "new normal."
Kids' Books to Explain Cancer

What Happens When Someone I Love has Cancer? thoughtfully explains the science of cancer in a completely non-scary way, and follows it up with an explanation of how a cancer diagnosis in the family affects a child.

Also available on Amazon.com.

Informative Handouts 

When parents of young kids are diagnosed with cancer, they're given a variety of handouts by their doctors, but nothing to help them deal with family life. We aim to get our brochures into every place where people are diagnosed with cancer, easing a small portion of the stress that comes with a major diagnosis.

Visual Charts to Help with Routines

Mighty + Bright's visual charts are based on decades of science and proven to help families through cancer treatment. These calendars help families maintain a sense of normalcy during a chaotic time. We distribute calendars for kids with cancer to children's hospitals to help kids emotionally cope with their diagnosis. Also available at Mighty + Bright

Products We Distribute to Families in Need

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Our Story

In 2017, Sara Olsher was diagnosed with cancer and quickly realized that life would never be the same again for her small family. In 2020, she founded Resilience Campaign™ to make life more simple for families facing major life changes like a major illness. Using years of experience and the input of families affected by cancer, therapists, child life specialists, nurses, and more, we help families talk openly and honestly about hard stuff, and create routines that put everyone at ease.

 

Our Team

Sara Olsher, President

Fritz Rollins, Chief Financial Officer

Cerrissa Kim, Secretary

Cyndi Cantril

Margo Requarth

Photo above & on our homepage courtesy of Resilience Campaign ™ volunteer and warrior mama @kcwondersam

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Making the "new normal" more normal.™

 

Life changes suddenly and dramatically for families facing cancer, leaving everyone — especially kids — feeling lost and scared. Resilience Campaign™ provides resources to help families talk honestly and create easy routines to help them feel more at peace and comfortable navigating the "new normal."

Email: hello@resiliencecampaign.org

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