ccThrive was conceived in 2014 by our co-founders and childhood cancer survivors, Bryan Fletcher and Gavin Shamis, and Gavin’s father, Andrew Shamis. There are no other organizations focused on the long-term quality of life of childhood cancer survivors. ccThrive was originally conceived to address the lack of role models available to children with cancer, which has become the ccThriver Ambassador Program. It quickly become clear that in addition to childhood cancer and their subsequent success, Bryan and Gavin had something else in common, luck and opportunity. ccThrive’s Mentor and Grant Programs are being developed to enable all childhood cancer survivors the chance to thrive.