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Volunteer

The activities of volunteers are as diverse as our volunteers themselves. They deliver craft kits and art supplies to the patients, play games and read with the children. They may organize a puppet show or help kids finish their homework--whatever the activity, each volunteer helps to bring a sense of comfort to patients and families. There are two ways to volunteer at Texas Children's Cancer and Hematology Centers: through our Arts In Medicine Program or through Texas Children's Hospital. Volunteers are a vital element in the activities at Texas Children's Hospital. Volunteers for Texas Children's Hospital range from age 15, to more than 90 years old.

Volunteer Services

Volunteer in the Arts in Medicine Program

Videos

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    Precision Oncology: Changing the Future of Pediatric Cancer Treatment
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    Texas Children's Cancer Center: Jacob's Story
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    Histiocytosis: A Comprehensive Overview with Texas Children’s Cancer Center
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    Asa’s Liver Cancer Survival Story: Beating Hepatoblastoma at Texas Children’s
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    Behind the U.S.News & World Report Rankings: Cancer Center
  • Embedded thumbnail for Texas Children's Cancer Center: The Largest Pediatric Cancer And Blood Disorders Center In The U.S.
    Texas Children's Cancer Center: The Largest Pediatric Cancer And Blood Disorders Center In The U.S.
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    Surgical Oncology at Texas Children’s Hospital
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    Creating Global HOPE: Addressing Pediatric Cancer in Africa
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    Eden’s Journey: Surviving and Thriving After Battling a Rare Tumor
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    Conrad’s Story: Brain Tumor Program at Texas Children’s Hospital
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    Going Gold at Texas Children's Cancer Center
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    World Sickle Cell Day event
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    MIBG Treatment at Texas Children’s Cancer Center
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    Texas Children's Global HOPE