Floga is a Pan Hellenic parents association of children with cancer embracing thousands of families all over Greece and with a network of local representatives in a large number of cities around the country. It is a purely voluntary association raising its funds from donations offered by many charity conscious friends and organizations. It was founded in Athens, in 1982 and since then it continuously demonstrates a remarkable record of activities and initiatives such as: • The operation of a guest house located next to the Pediatric Hospitals in Athens. The guest house accommodates for free the young oncology patients and their families who come from all over Greece, during the long periods of their treatment. • The continuous improvement of the treatment and medical care conditions at the Oncology Units of the Pediatric Hospitals such as the donation of state of the art medical equipment and appliances (such as M.R.I., C.T/Scan, etc) the creation of a Radiotherapy unit and many others. • The operation of a "Home Nursing program" in collaboration with the Oncology units of the Pediatric Hospitals aiming at a better quality of life for children and their families during their treatment. • The on-going psychological and social support of the children and their families offered by specialized professionals: psychologists and social workers. • The financial coverage of a number of specialized medical tests prescribed by the attending physicians but not covered by either the national health system or the private insurance programs of the families. At the same time Floga, offers financial support to poor families. • The organization of several entertainment activities for the children. • The creation of seasonal and festive handicrafts by children and their families sold during fund raising activities. • The operation of an in-house school so children can follow up with their education despite the fact that they have to be absent from regular school for long periods of time. • The continuous effort to raise the public interest in childhood cancer and increase awareness.