The Alliance for Childhood Cancer is an unincorporated entity with no official legal status. Membership is intended to be open and inclusive, but limited to not-for-profit organizations. Recognizing the multidisciplinary nature of pediatric cancer management, members include patient or parent advocate organizations, as well as a wide range of health care professional organizations involved in treating children with cancer and in the conduct of pediatric cancer research. National oncology organizations that have reflected an interest in pediatric cancer are considered for membership even if their focus is not limited to pediatric cancer.