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In the U.S., over 13,000 children under the age of 21 are diagnosed with cancer or are being treated for a life-threatening condition every year.


Raising awareness, and providing strength and support, for teens and young adults with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.

Through it's "Victorious 4 Teens" programs, the Alicia Rose Victorious Foundation is dedicated to encourage and empower hospitalized teens and young adults diagnosed with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. 


ARVF provides strength and support by creating one-of-a kind programs that include Teen Lounges, Teen Kits, activities, and social events exclusively so that they can maintain a sense of connection with their family, friends, and lifestyle.

  • It's one thing to forget and move on, and it's an entirely different emotional state and feeling to move past

         Taking a deep breath and moving on isn't always the solution. It doesn't always solve the problem for more than an hour. I faced watching my friends enjoying their final homecoming pep rally, football game, and homecoming dance this weekend. At first, I was devastated because I couldn't be there. I asked to be sent pictures but they all just made me more upset. Taking a deep breath and stepping away from my phone wasn't enough. Its was more than just one night of events. It felt like I was repeatedly being hit with the fact that I am missing my senior year. It felt impossible to escape the feeling of not being there. The feeling of missing something so important to me. I kept looking away and taking deep breaths, but that wasn't working this time. 

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