Families Fighting Cancer Together

Providing financial assistance and other support to families affected by cancer and other life-altering pediatric illnesses in Graham & Greenlee county

Bram Romney

Bram was born with TEF (Tracheal Esophageal Fistula) which means his esophagus was not attached to his stomach. The condition was not known until Bram was born but was detected right away. 

Within 24 hours he was in surgery to attach his esophagus to his stomach. The surgery was a success. They also installed a G-Tube while they were in there just in case.

Laith Bryce

Laith and his twin brother were born September 2021 at 30 weeks gestation. Laith suffered a brain hemorrhage which went unnoticed for nearly 8 months.

When he finally got an MRI of his brain it showed periventricular leukomalacia (PVL). PVL is an incurable injury which affects the white matter of the brain.

Helping Families In Need

Providing financial assistance to families with children who have been burdened with life-altering diagnoses.

If you would like to help our cause please click the ‘Donate Now’ button below to get started, or you can volunteer your time at one of our fundraisers!

Our Mission. Your Family.

We Support Families When They Need It Most

Cayden Maza

Cayden is a 16-year-old who is a Sophomore at Thatcher High School. He enjoys hanging out with his friends, football and video games. Cayden was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma In October. 

He’s been coughing for several weeks nonstop and had a huge lump on his left side of his neck. The lump just continued to grow and no antibiotics were helping.

Aria Smith

Aria will be 13 soon. She loves to swim, because floating in warm water is the only place she gets some relief from her daily pain.

Aria was born with every long bone in her body broken. By the time she was three, she had 150 breaks under her belt. Aria suffers from Brittle Bone Disease.

Haileigh Huffstetler

On June 6th Haileigh started to have stomach aches almost daily. They did blood work and noticed her white blood cell count was elevated and sent her to an emergency room.

Once at the ER they did more blood work and a CT scan of the abdomen and found numerous tumors.

Testimonials From Our Community

Wytnee Hlavacek
Wytnee Hlavacek
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This organization has been beyond AMAZING for my daughter and family! My daughter has a tumor that we travel states away for treatments on. They’re so full of care and go above and beyond to make us feel that someone else is in our corner! They have helped us so much and we appreciate it more than I could ever put into words. Thank you for being so kind and helping us and always checking in to make sure we’re ok!
Daniel Nunley
Daniel Nunley
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These guys are so helpful and understanding, they really helped our families experience dealing with these adversities much easier. My kids and I absolutely love what they do for us. Having people that listen and can relates to these experiences means a lot as well.
Melia Mullenaux
Melia Mullenaux
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Thanks to FFCT, we’ve been able to take our daughter to her specialist appointments without going into debt like we have previously. Her needs are being met and we have peace of mind. Families Fighting Cancer Together was started by the most kind people and we are so grateful for all they do for our family. They have blessed us and become like family.
Jana Eisley
Jana Eisley
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This organization was so helpful! I don’t know how we would have gotten through our extended hospital stay and series of follow up appointments without their support! They were so easy to work with and so compassionate! A huge Thank You to Families Fighting Cancer Together!
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Such a great organization to help families! We are so grateful to the Hatch family and all the donors for the support we’ve had with Laith.
Lena Lewis
Lena Lewis
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My daughter has type III Osteogenesis Imperfecta. We have to travel to doctors appointments often, and this organization has helped us so much.

Addelyn Mullenaux

In early April of 2017 we learned at a routine O.B. appointment that our 2nd baby girl- whom we had already decided to name Addelyn- had developed enlarged ventricles with excess cerebral spinal fluid in the brain.

Kason Nunley

Kason is a fun loving 12 yo who loves Roblox and sleepovers. His twitching started at 10 yo. His frustration showed as doctors and teachers weren’t seriously concerned.

He struggled making it to school as mornings are the worst time for his yet undiagnosed Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy.. 


Paige Pace

Paige was first diagnosed with Neurofibromatosis (NF1) when she was 3 years old.

When she was born, her doctor mentioned the possibility that she may have NF1 based on the many brown spots all over her body. 

Carson Hatch​

Carson was your typical teenage boy who was involved in sports, he loved to hang out with his friends, pull pranks on others and have a great time, then in May of 2006 he was diagnosed with bone Cancer…

Jett Skousen

Jett was born on January 28th, 2008. He was such a sweet baby with a mild temper.

As he got older, we started to notice a weakness about him, so we ordered a genetic test. We were told that Jett had Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD). 

Kaydia Kitchen

Kaydia had a tele visit with her neurologist in May who wanted to do and MRI of her brain to her pelvis.

Her neurologist took us in the room and explained that she had a large growth in her pelvis on her sacrum. He said they believed that it was an Aneurysmal bone cyst (ABC).

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©2022 Families Fighting Cancer Together
Families Fighting Cancer Together is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization in Arizona.

Federal Identification Number (EIN): 85-0793046

Qualified Charitable Organization: 22328