• From A Dear Friend of TK

    “Tracy’s Kids’ mission is very personal to me.  As a parent, I stood by holding my own critically ill child and appreciated how Art Therapy filled in the gaps where the acute healthcare system stops.  Without Tracy’s Kids as part of the appointments, hospitalizations and the isolating post-transplant care, the children would be without a way to express their… Read More

    From A Dear Friend of TK
  • From TV29 in San Antonio

    A San Antonio TV station recently ran a segment about our work at Methodist Children’s. In two minutes and thirty seconds, it captures the essence of what we do for children with cancer. Kathleen, the featured art therapist, explains, “the children we work with don’t have choices about getting medicine, they don’t get choices about… Read More

    From TV29 in San Antonio
  • 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