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About Us
Who are we and what are we all about? 
Children's Craniofacial Association is a national, 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, headquartered in Dallas, Texas. Nationally and internationally, CCA addresses the medical, financial, psychosocial, emotional, and educational concerns relating to craniofacial conditions.

Our Mission
CCA's mission is to empower and give hope to individuals and families affected by facial differences.
Our Vision
CCA envisions a world where all people are accepted for who they are, not how they look.

Each year more than 100,000 children are born with a craniofacial condition.  These same children are among the least accepted and understood in society.  We want to change that and are asking for your help. 

We are proud to be the organizers of Alexa’s Craniofacial Awareness Dinner; a charity golf tournament to benefit Children’s Craniofacial Association, or CCA (www.ccakids.org).  CCA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that helps families with the financial burden that comes along with having a child born with a Craniofacial Anomaly. These needs include surgery and travel expenses. CCA provides much needed financial and emotional support to families worldwide.  They also put on an Annual Family Retreat & Educational Symposium.  This retreat is LIFE CHANGING and reaches over 100 families a year, and growing!!

 CCA is a charitable non-profit organization that benefits families all over the world, as well as locally here in the Central Valley area. These funds will help provide assistance to children and families wherever needed.  CCA was a great resource for our family in 2007, when Alexa was born, and we want to help ensure others are aware of this great organization and their willingness to assist families in our community.  Their support is not limited to children born with facial differences; in fact they assist children who may have suffered a trauma that has left them facially disfigured such as cancer, an accident, or dog attack.

Annual Family Retreat & Symposium 

The Annual Cher’s Family Retreat is held each June to provide individuals affected by a facial difference, their siblings and parents an opportunity to interact with others who have endured similar experiences. The unique weekend retreat allows them to share ideas, problems and solutions and make long-lasting friendships. The informal format of this weekend allows time to build new relationships and bonds of understanding and caring, which will lend support through both difficult and good times in the future. The weekend begins with a one-day craniofacial symposium followed by visiting local attractions with plenty of time for adults to interact and kids to play.

CCA Website