Where Your Money Goes

Where your Money Goes

All of the local charities supported by DCG Giving are members of the Children’s Oncology Group (COG). Founded in 2000 from the merger of four national childhood cancer research networks, COG is the largest organization devoted exclusively to pediatric and adolescent oncology in the entire world. Over their two-decade history, COG has proven to be the standard of excellence in compassionate treatment of young people with cancer. About 90% of all US kids and teens who are diagnosed with cancer receive treatment from COG member institutions.

DCG Giving has partnered exclusively with COG members because they have a proven record of supporting kids and their families and curing childhood cancers. These institutions have a combined 100+ clinical trials operating at any given time and are always working on effective emerging treatments, new and better modes of supportive care, and mitigating complications of cancer, so that kids can get over their sickness and go back to being kids again.

Doctor Telling Kid She No Longer Has Cancer

All of the local charities supported by DCG Giving are members of the Children’s Oncology Group (COG). Founded in 2000 from the merger of four national childhood cancer research networks, COG is the largest organization devoted exclusively to pediatric and adolescent oncology in the entire world. Over their two-decade history, COG has proven to be the standard of excellence in compassionate treatment of young people with cancer. About 90% of all US kids and teens who are diagnosed with cancer receive treatment from COG member institutions.

Doctor Telling Kid She No Longer Has Cancer

DCG Giving has partnered exclusively with COG members because they have a proven record of supporting kids and their families and curing childhood cancers. These institutions have a combined 100+ clinical trials operating at any given time and are always working on effective emerging treatments, new and better modes of supportive care, and mitigating complications of cancer, so that kids can get over their sickness and go back to being kids again.