Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Warrior Wagon?

A Warrior Wagon is a collapsible wagon filled with goodies for newly diagnosed childhood cancer patients and their families. They are given in memory of Drew Becker, who died in January of 2017 at the age of two from Neuroblastoma.

How do I get a Warrior Wagon for my child?

Our program serves newly diagnosed pediatric oncology patients under the age of seven receiving care through one of our partnered hospitals. If your child meets these criteria for eligibility, hospital staff from Child Life or Social Work will provide you with an application and begin the process of getting your family a Warrior Wagon.

How much does it cost to sponsor a complete Warrior Wagon?

Each Warrior Wagon has a value of $250. If you or a group you belong to would like to sponsor a Warrior Wagon for a new Warrior family, certificates are available to acknowledge such a donation. Sponsor a Warrior Wagon today!

What is the best way to help?

Providing funding to keep Warrior Wagons strong and growing! Joining our team as a Coordinator for your local children’s hospital. Offering your skills or specializations, goods and services is always helpful. Giving support and encouragement to our Warriors and their families.

Do you have a preference on items to fill the Warrior Wagon?

Yes. We have an Amazon idea list which shows the specific base items we include in all our Warrior Wagons across our branches.