Among the first side-effects a child may experience after being diagnosed with cancer is isolation. From their friends. Their classmates. Their schools.

Using the technology of tablet computers, web cameras and high-speed Internet connections, Hopecam connects these children helping to overcome their social isolation. We provide equipment, IT support and work with the school to secure and facilitate their participation.


Help for Families

If you are facing the challenge of keeping your child connected during treatment, learn more about how our program can help your family. 

Help for Schools

Schools play a big role in the success of our program! Learn how you can support your students in their battle against cancer. 

Refer a Child

Do you know a child who could benefit from Hopecam? Get the details on how you can help them get connected.


students connected to 10,000 classmates


states have Hopecam kids


of kids go to Title I schools


raised in 2016

[Our daughter’s] initial diagnosis and subsequent relapse meant she missed the start of both 4th and 5th grade. It was due to Hopecam that she was able to meet and interact with her new teachers and classmates and consequently had built relationships with them when she was finally able to return to class.
— J.J., dad of a Hopecam participant

Hopecam participant Ava and her mom Jeannie talk about why Hopecam has been so important to them.