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.
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.
Information & Support Groups,Housing Assistance,Financial
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.
Provide support to families of pediatric brain cancer by creating a medical assistance funds page where people can make a tax-deductible gift to help with a specific family's needs. They also run the Monkey In My Chair program to help children stay in touch with classmates when they miss school.
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
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.
Scholarship,Pediatric,Information & Support Groups,Adult
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.
By applying innovative models of treatment that look at the child and their families as a unit, rather than as individual symptoms and conditions, they hope to restore their strength, energy and attitude to live healthy, productive lives. They want to bridge the gap between what is known and what can be done to prevent debilitating, chronic pain that comes as a result of illnesses and injuries.
Why Me is a Worcester Based non-profit organization created to help Central New England families cope with childhood cancer. They comfort children with hospital social visits, celebrations for birthdays and treatment milestones, movies, sporting events, concerts, and special events. They also provide support for complementary & alternative therapies to ease pain, and promote healing. They can also help facilitate wishes.
Provide parents of medically fragile children with respite opportunities through activities that allow parents to take “time-out” from the unrelenting demands associated with their child’s care so that they can maintain their stamina and sense of perspective and continue to meet the intense medical needs of their child. Must be referred by medical professional.
Camp Quality serves children with cancer and their families by providing year-round programs, experiences, and companionship, at no cost. Camp Quality promotes hope and inspiration while helping children foster life skills and develop their full potential.
On My Team16 is a startup non-profit organization that strives to ensure no child feels alone in their fight against cancer. We raise money for pediatric oncology centers at children’s hospitals across the country by partnering with athletes of all levels and the support of generous people like you.
The Children's Hope Foundation provides emotional and financial support for San Juan County, New Mexico families with children who are not only fighting cancer, but also heart disease and birth defects.
Travel & Parking,Pediatric,Information & Support Groups,Grief,Financial
Jack's Assistance Program is the heart and soul of our organization, providing everything from high-tech wheelchairs to prosthetic limbs, from appointments with specialists to custom-designed eyeglasses or hearing devices for local children up the to age of 21. This program also offers financial assistance to families of children with cancer or special needs to help with transportation, food and housing costs associated with out-of-area treatments.
The Devin Laubi Foundation raises funds to financially assist families to children under age 18 stricken with cancer in southeastern Massachusetts, throughout New England and across the United States. In order to receive assistance, we require a pathology report mailed to us, as well as an interview with the parent(s). Address: Devin Laubi Foundation, c/o 504 Main Road, <strong>Westport, MA 02790</strong>. Phone: 508-636-7369. <strong>E-mail</strong>:
Provide financial assistance to help with expenses, home cleaning during long hospital stays and assists with travel arrangements should treatment choices take them to another state. They also assist a family member or friend of the family with tools to organize a benefit for a child in treatment. and organize fun events for the whole family to enjoy
The OKBTF assists primary brain and CNS tumor families with financial assistance, computer donation program, internet access, prescription assistance, Social Security Advocacy, and wellness classes/support groups.