The We Cancerve Movement, Inc.
Bringing swift solutions to children in sad situations because happiness shouldn't have to wait!
Telling our stories ... our way
Camp Happy Junior Camp Counselors 2018
Camp Happy brings joy to not only to children experiencing homelessness, but to the area youth who organize it and serve as junior camp counselors.
Eggstra Special Easter Baskets Project
The Eggstra Special Easter Baskets project is the second longest community service effort of the We Cancerve Movement, Inc. From 2013 to 2016, we had donated 723 baskets and 271 goodie bags to four hospitals, eight homeless programs and two group homes for children in foster care. Interested in signing your group up to help us fill baskets for homeless, sick and foster children, contact us today at firstname.lastname@example.org or hit us up on Facebook or Twitter.
Behind the Scenes: Grace Callwood's Story as a 2016 HALO Honoree
Go behind the scene with Grace Callwood, We Cancerve Movement, Inc., founder, as she takes you on an inside tour of making the Nickelodeon HALO Awards show, and meeting all the awesome people who put the show together plus fellow honorees and superstars.
Breakfast Bags Bonanza I
The idea that some children go without breakfast when school is on break inspired the We Cancerve Movement, Inc., to create the Breakfast Bags Bonanza to stuff paper sacks with food children grab easily. Thanks to a donation from Giant Food of Landover, and support from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford County, We Cancerve's stuffing party attracted almost 100 volunteers who stuffed more than 600 bags. Bags were delivered to area homeless shelters and programs in Harford County, Baltimore County and Pikesvile, Md.
Grace Callwood: My Story as a Peacemaker
Callwood, a 2015-2017 Peace First Fellow, shares the story of We Cancerve with a national audience as part of the Peace First Challenge, which is a global call-to-action to all young people to join a community of peacemakers dedicated to finding compassionate solutions to the world’s problems. Here, she's shown with members of We Cancerve's all-youth board of advisors Mario Nandalal, left, and Erin Acerno, right. This photo captured them on the last day of Camp Happy at Anna's House, a Bel Air transitional housing program homeless women and children. Mario, Grace and Erin helped organize carnival games and activities for children living there. We Cancerve created Camp Happy in 2015.
Fountain Green Elementary School Students Donate 205 to Pediatric Patients
Beach in a Bucket
Learn the inspiring story of how "Beach in a Bucket" was created and became a permanent program of the We Cancerve Movement. Since 2014, we have donated more than 140 buckets.
Highlights of Service 2012-2014
Take a trip with us back to 2012 for highlights of our service projects helping homeless, sick and foster children.
In the summer of 2014, the We Cancerve Board of Advisors teamed with a family in Port Deposit on a school supplies drive to benefit children living in an orphanage in Kenya, East Africa. Learn how our desire to send school supplies there blossomed to bless students in Africa and Harford County.