On Belay utilizes adventure based activities like ropes courses, rock climbing, and backpacking to create a fun, supportive, and learning/growth filled experience. Youth ages 8-18 who have a family member that has been diagnosed with cancer can attend the program. The family member can be on any stage of the process with cancer (In treatment, have passed, or in remission).
Our Climb for Courage and Climb Higher programs in San Diego (Spring), Boston (Summer) and New York City (Fall) encompass One Summit’s experiential learning approach to building resilience in pediatric cancer patients and their siblings.
The goal of the Stowe Weekend of Hope is to provide a low- or no-cost opportunity for cancer survivors, their families, and caregivers, with access to education, healing, and support throughout a weekend-long retreat in Stowe, Vermont.
They help men in the cancer recovery process by introducing them to the healing powers of the sport of fly-fishing, while providing a safe, supportive environment to explore their personal experiences of cancer with others who share their stories.
Mary’s Place by the Sea is a respite home for women who are receiving treatment for cancer. We provide services that complement their medical treatment, including oncology massage, nutrition education, individual counseling, Reiki, guided meditation, expressive writing, and yoga.
The Pro Bono Counseling Project’s mission is to ensure that Marylanders with limited resources requesting mental health care are provided access to volunteer licensed mental health professionals and other necessary supportive services.
Zaching Against Cancer Foundation (ZACF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation established to provide support to cancer patients and their support networks through scholarships, research and direct patient outreach.
Send It provides outdoor adventures for young adult (ages 21-40) cancer fighters and survivors, removing them from their cancer experience and creating the space to play, connect, and have fun outdoors. Send It programs are multi-day adventures in Lake Tahoe and the San Francisco Bay Area, designed around activities such as biking, skiing, and surfing; creating a vital community through shared experience. Send It is a unique and intimate experience, weaving together adrenaline-filled adventure, family-style meals, yoga, fireside storytelling, belly laughs, and meaningful connection. All food, lodging, gear and activities are included, and free of charge for participants.
We use adventure-based experiences such as surfing, outrigger canoeing, standup paddling, skiing, and snowboarding, as channels of healing and renewal to treat the mind, body, and soul. Project Koru's programs aim to help young survivors not just survive, but thrive in all aspects of life with and after cancer.
They take groups of young adult cancer survivors and caregivers on free backpacking and canoeing treks in beautiful wilderness destinations where you can connect with nature (after going through something as unnatural as cancer treatment), connect with peers who have been through something similar, and connect with yourself through training and practice in mindfulness meditation and yoga. Their programming includes immersive excursions in wilderness settings, residential retreat experiences, training in mindfulness meditation, yoga and other contemplative and reflective practices, and the provision of resources, training, outreach, advocacy, and support in both outdoor and indoor settings.
Still Waters is for anyone touched by young adult cancer: current patients, survivors of young adult cancer, survivors who had childhood cancer and are now young adults, caregivers, friends, and family members. Over the course of a weekend, they have main sessions with worship music and speakers who encourage you in your faith as you worship together. They will also have breakout sessions on various cancer-specific topics.
Live By Living hosts 2-night retreats that include hiking or snowshoeing to cozy log cabins high in the Rockies, a couple days relaxing, making new friends, and enjoying the beauty of nature. They lead the way and have a sag wagon (or sag snowmobile) to carry your gear and the food. If you don't think you're up for the hike in to the cabin, they can give you a ride. Once you're at the cabin, you can relax, get to know your new friends, and let yourself be pampered by our crew of caring volunteers.
Offer assistance up to $300 per year for non-medical expenses such as the cost of transportation to and from treatment, food, child care, utilities and other daily living expenses. Must have an immediate financial need that is interfering with treatment planMust be on active treatment. Primarily for melanoma, but other cancer types considered.
Help young adults aged 18-39 who are facing the challenges of cancer by funding their creative passions, pursuits, and hobbies as well as integrative therapies such as acupuncture, reflexology, and therapeutic massage.
Provides financial support that replaces lost income when a parent stays home from work to care for a child with cancer. Applications must be made through hematology/oncology social worker at the clinic or hospital.
The Beez Foundation was created to raise money to support pediatric brain cancer research projects, related support activities for pediatric patients in cancer hospitals and education regarding the prevalence of pediatric brain cancer.
Information & Support Groups, Housing Assistance, Financial
Connecticut, North Carolina
Financially Assist Cancer Patients that are undergoing strenuous cancer treatments, which temporarily prevents them from working.The Chain fund assist Cancer Patients in areas such as mortgage, rent, utilities, prescriptions co-pays, insurance co-pays, & special food needs. We also make available, support services such as financial counseling, nutritional, emotional and wellness workshops and support groups.
Free-of-charge resource center with an emphasis on quality of life. Our nurse-run facility provides practical help for coping with this life-altering condition, filling in where traditional services lack.
Information on how to get drugs that have not yet received FDA approval. *Please note that Dragon Master Foundation is not encouraging or endorsing the use of non-FDA approved drugs, but we know that some families are seeking this information.
Provides financial assistance to cancer patients in Gloucester or Mathews County, Virginia who need help with rent, mortgage, fuel, utilities, groceries, treatments, prescriptions and any other necessary expenses you may be having trouble paying for. This link also has a link to area food banks & support groups.
Provide grant funds for a wide range of needs including food, shelter, transportation, and other living expenses. The only restriction is that the funds not be used for medical bills. This assist is provided for patients currently undergoing or recently undergoing cancer treatment throughout the Richmond Metropolitan area.
The Littlest Heroes exists to positively impact the lives of children with cancer and their families through social, emotional and financial services. Heroes Family Fund assists families struggling with fuel, groceries and other financial hardship. Adopt-A-Family Program helps families enjoy the holiday season through gifts, meals and other essential items.
Provide financial assistance for household expenses on a temporary basis for families who find themselves in financial difficulty as a result of their child’s cancer. All financial assistance is determined on a case-by-case basis based on the needs of the child and family.The child must be a permanent resident of one of the following: North Florida – Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Clay, Columbia, Duval, Flagler, Nassau, Putnam St. Johns, or Union County. South Georgia – Camden, Charlton, Clinch, Glynn or Ware County. Northern NJ – Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Passaic or Union County. New York City – Manhattan, the Bronx, Staten Island, Brooklyn or Queens
Scholarship, Pediatric, Information & Support Groups, Adult
The Ulman Cancer Fund offers remote and on-site Navigation services for young adult cancer patients (15 to 39 years old) and survivors. All services are free of charge and available to family members and loved ones. They also have a scholarship program for young adults to continue their education after being affected by cancer through their own diagnosis or the diagnosis of a loved one.
Individuals and families without prescription drug coverage can gain access to immediate savings on hundreds of brand-name and generic prescription products at their neighborhood pharmacies. Through this website, we also connect you with resources about the Health Insurance Marketplace, the Affordable Care Act, individual pharmaceutical company patient assistance programs, and other patient assistance resources.
The mission of the Tug McGraw Foundation is to provide resources and hands-on support, foster understanding, promote awareness, and stimulate research and scientific collaboration to improve quality of life for people with brain-related trauma and tumors.
Provide financial help/assistance for families with children that have medical needs not covered or not fully covered by their commercial health insurance plan. Patient must be 16 or younger. Grant funds are not paid to the family or the child outright. Grant families must work with the Foundation on submitting invoices/bills for approved medical services/items after their commercial health insurance plan submits initial payment (if any) to the health care provider.
From meal delivery to pet care, Wellist connects patients to local services that help make their life easier. you can build and publish a registry of needed services to share with loved ones. You have complete control over who can see your Wellistry, what items they see and their value. The Wellistry allows you to track activity from loved ones and thank them for their support. Think of it as a gift registry. Currently in Boston and expanding to Philadelphia soon.