Each year we host 14+ hospital parties at Chicagoland Children’s Hospitals where we bring food, crafts for the kids, and every child (siblings too!) will get to take home toys supplied by our Annual Toy Drive. The day is filled with fun and laughter, and we are able to change the dynamic of the hospital where patients are receiving treatment.


We have lived the battle with pediatric cancer and understand what these families are going through. Hosting a party to break up the day of treatment for these families helps bring a smile to their faces and something for them to look forward to.


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What Our Families Say

“This organization is simply incredible. The first time I met Stacey Sutter, she hugged me in a way that my body so desperately needed while Benjamin Brave was inpatient and I felt like I was living a nightmare. That day is also etched on my heart as after not eating for 3 days, Benjamin devoured the pizza Cal’s brought for their monthly pizza party.”
- Jennie Burke, Cal's Angels Recipient
“Some days you just do life. Other days you get to really experience it in deeper ways. Today I got to experience it through the eyes of children and parents walking the battle of their lives. And I got to laugh with them while decorating cookies and listen and tell them about an organization that can put a bit of a smile on their child’s face by granting them a wish. It doesn’t fix the cancer but it does provide some hope in the midst of a really hard place. I still remember the day my son, Will, who had leukemia got to go shopping and pick out a laptop computer with the help of Cal’s Angels. That laptop allowed him to communicate with his friends better, Skype into his high school classes and write some pretty amazing words to me that I will now have forever. I’m beyond grateful for Cal’s Angels and Tom and Stacey’s dedication to living out the life of Cal well beyond his years here on Earth.”
– Joan Kelley, Cal’s Angels Recipient & Volunteer