February 15 is International Childhood Cancer Day. This is the day to celebrate children all over the world, who have successfully conquered this disease, and remember those who did not quite make it. This year, Kythe created an activity which the children really enjoyed- arts and crafts! This activity was led by Kythe Survivors. They visited the children and made yellow origami hearts, because yellow represents the Kythe kid’s bravery in battling cancer. The Kythe Survivors also created a big frame surrounded with symbols of childhood cancer. They brought this frame around different Kythe partner-hospitals, and this elicited big smiles from our super Kythe kids, their families and hospital staff.