To apply for financial assistance, please call us at 800-813-HOPE (4673). You can also learn more about the application process.
- Limited financial assistance for homecare, childcare and transportation. A program in partnership with the Avon Foundation.
- CancerCare Get You There
- CancerCare has launched a new program to provide financial help for transportation costs to women coping with metastatic (stage 4) breast cancer.
- Linking A.R.M.S.™
- Limited financial assistance for hormonal and oral chemotherapy, pain and anti-nausea medication, lymphedema supplies and durable medical equipment. A program in partnership with the Susan G. Komen for the Cure™.
The "Door to Door" program for patients with multiple myeloma provides grants to help with transportation costs such as gasoline, parking, tolls and taxi, bus or train fare to and from their medical care. Patients must call 800‑813‑HOPE (4673) to begin the application process. A sample patient application form along with a physician verification form may be viewed online.
All Cancer Diagnoses
Women (excluding breast cancer)
Limited financial assistance for homecare, childcare, transportation and pain medication. Includes the Touching Hearts program funded by the Mary Kay Ash Charitable Foundation and San Diego area assistance funded by the WebMD Foundation.
Important update: Beginning August 6, we are only able to accept requests for assistance for men with cancer who meet one of the following criteria:
- Men diagnosed with multiple myeloma (through our Door-to-Door program)
- Men who live in New York City (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens or Staten Island)
- Men residing in San Diego and Imperial counties in California
Children (ages 18 and under)
Limited financial assistance for homecare, childcare, transportation, medication and copays. This program has been funded by many generous individual donors.