1. Walk 5K with Wyatt
2. Multiple photo ops with Wyatt
3. Limited edition t-shirt signed by Wyatt
4. Light breakfast and mingling with Wyatt
5. You will be helping out TCA!
Meet Avi as he explains to Wyatt, in this video, where donations to TCA go. Avi was 12 years old when he was diagnosed with cancer. He is a survivor and a Teen Cancer America Ambassador helping to raise awareness.
Avi was part of the group that helped to design this cool zone for young cancer patients to hang out and build friendships. Check out their video now!
Thank you for your support!
Let's make an impact for TCA alongside Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, Harry Hudson, Amanda Steel, Matt Barnes, Cody Simpson and many more.
Bring awareness and raise funds for age appropriate oncology care for teens and young adults.
Virtual Reality Viewers make you feel like you are "there." Be immersed in experiences like virtual field trips around the world, educational videos, and 360 VR videos of your favorite movies - with just your mobile phone. After you purchase your viewer, simply download the YouTube app, search 360 videos, insert phone into viewer, and be amazed. There is also a VR Videos playlist on Wyatt's YouTube Channel to get you started!
Teens can make a difference.
Join Wyatt as he brings awareness to the need for age appropriate oncology care for teens and young adults. He is honored to be working with Teen Cancer America because as a teen he understands that it’s really difficult to find your place. Not yet able to fit into the adult world but not belonging in the kid world anymore. For teens and young adults with cancer it’s even more difficult. Wyatt truly believes in the TCA mission to raise awareness and funds to help hospitals build teen focused facilities because having age targeted care is crucial for their medical treatment and psychosocial development.
Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend of The Who are the driving force behind Teen Cancer America. After working with Teenage Cancer Trust in the UK, the duo decided to bring their passion across the pond and make a difference in the lives of teens and young adults with cancer in the US.
Teen Cancer America partners with hospitals throughout the United States to develop specialized facilities and services for teens and young adults with cancer. We build teen friendly environments, enhancing the hospital experience. We develop standards for age-targeted care, improve collaboration between pediatric and adult specialists and enable dedicated research to improve outcomes and survival.
The disease should be a mere comma in the lives of young people, not a devastating full stop. It’s a big ambition, but we can get there by working together.
- Roger Daltrey
Wyatt Oleff is one of young Hollywood’s rising stars at age 14. Wyatt is a member of the Marvel family as ‘Young Peter Quill’ aka Starlord appearing in both blockbuster films “Guardians Of The Galaxy” and “Guardians Of The Galaxy: Vol. 2”. In the fall of 2017, Wyatt was a part of the highly anticipated, box office record breaking “IT” phenomenon with his biggest role yet as ‘Stanley Uris’ in the adaptation of one of Stephen King’s most popular novels. Oleff brilliantly embodies the essence of Stanley, the thoughtful, play-by-the-rules member of the famed “Losers’ Club,” along with all of his, now real life, best friends.
Watch the video below from TCA Co-Founder Roger Daltrey for an overview of why Teen Cancer America was created.