• Tracy’s Kids 2013 Annual Report

    The 2013 Annual Report is now available!  During 2013, Tracy’s Kids provided 10,777 art therapy sessions, made 22,357 patient contacts, and spent 841 hours of consultation with medical treatment teams – all designed to help children with cancer address the emotional toll imposed by the disease and its treatment. Included in the 2013 Annual Report are updates… Read More

    Tracy’s Kids 2013 Annual Report
  • A Profile on our Founder

    Children’s National Medical Center profiled Tracy’s Kids Chairman and Founder, Matt Gerson, in its April 2014  Newsletter. “Admired as a trailblazer for art therapy, Matt Gerson is a Washington, DC-based executive who established Tracy’s Kids as an independent charity. Since 1998, he has raised almost $4 million in philanthropic support to help children with cancer cope with the… Read More

    A Profile on our Founder
  • The Power of Art

    When a kid is fascinated by something, he may amaze you with his creativity. One of our kids invented a remarkable way of building airplanes out of paper. He captures all the salient details, draws the whole plane on paper, cuts it out and shapes it into a 3-D airplane! Medical condition or no, this guy… Read More

    The Power of Art
  • The 2014 “And the Winner Is” Event

    First of all, we would like to say THANK YOU to everyone who came out to support Tracy’s Kids on Tuesday, February 25, 2014. It was an amazing night spent celebrating Tracy’s Kids on the red carpet and at the movies. To everyone who came to the event and donated to support Tracy’s Kids, we hope thank you.… Read More

    The 2014 “And the Winner Is” Event
  • Dr. Aziza Shad on Tracy’s Kids

    “It is not unusual to walk into our clinic at Georgetown and see children with infusions in their arms, crayons in their hands, and smiles on their faces.  That uncanny juxtaposition is inspiring and contagious — and it is all thanks to the art therapy provided by Tracy’s Kids.” Aziza Shad, MD Director, Division of Pediatric… Read More

    Dr. Aziza Shad on Tracy’s Kids