Kids Rock Cancer Documentary

Have you had an opportunity to view our Emmy-nominated documentary yet? You’ll learn about our innovative music therapy program from the perspective of several of our young patients, as told in their own beautiful voices.

See for yourself how Kids Rock Cancer helps children cope with the unique set of emotional challenges that accompany a cancer diagnosis. (Having trouble viewing video? Click here to watch via Vimeo.)

Here’s what others had to say about the documentary after viewing it at a special preview event in February 2015:
“Kids Rock Cancer seems to be just what the doctor ordered for any kid who has a song of dealing with cancer in their heart. What a touching film!” – Anonymous

“The Kids Rock Cancer documentary was moving and will bring tears to your eyes! What an amazing organization! What amazing coverage! Many thanks!!!!” – Kendra Reed
  
“This documentary did a fantastic job of capturing the importance of Kids Rock Cancer. Kids Rock Cancer is one of the BEST therapeutic outlets that I have ever seen for kids facing cancer. I feel so lucky to have Tracie at Cardinal Glennon. The patients and families love and value her passion and talent.” – Denise Schmidt
 
“Beautifully done! This documentary does a great job of delivering the message about how important the program is to the children!” – Stephanie Howlett
 
“Loved it! It really shows the power of music to provide comfort, courage and healing to those who have such a challenge.” – Rodney Sanders
 
“Amazing documentary of the power of music – how it truly helps to heal! Thank you all so much for your time, talent and gift of this movie. WOW!” – Beth Reider
 
“I think it was very inspirational, and the world should see it!” – T. Wilson
 
Music is such a big part of my life. It is wonderful to see music helping these kids deal with their battles with cancer, very inspiring!” – Beth Campbell
 
Inspiring, hopeful, meaningful exposé on the power of music to help people heal.” – Rachel Ebeling
 
“WOW!!! Never stop making the music!” – Paul Krus