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  • Friends of Man

    http://www.friendsofman.org

    303-798-2342

    P.O. Box 937, Littleton, CO, 80160

    Friends of Man helps people of all ages with a large variety of needs, including:

    Hearing Aids, Eyeglasses, Dental, Mobility Equipment (Wheelchairs, Prostheses, Auto/Van Modifications, etc.), Clothing ,Daycare, Prescriptions, Medical Equipment, And More...

    All CancersProsthesesMedical Equipment / SuppliesDentalHearing Aids
  • The Samfund

    http://www.thesamfund.org

    617-938-3484

    89 South St., Suite 701, Boston, MA, 02111

    Provides support to young adults who are struggling financially due to cancer. Twice a year, gives grants to survivors aged 21-39 to help with medical bills, living expenses, educational/professional development, graduate tuition, student loans, cosmetic or reconstructive procedures, family building options/procedures, health insurance supplementation, mental health, physical therapy, residual and current medical expenses, transportation-related expenses, legal expenses and rent/mortgage supplementation.

    All CancersFinancial AssistanceFertilityHousingTransportationLegalMedical Equipment / SuppliesReconstructionScholarships
  • New Eyes for the Needy

    https://new-eyes.org

    549 Millburn Ave., Short Hills, NJ, 07078

    Purchases new prescription eyeglasses through a voucher program for children and adults in the United States who cannot afford glasses on their own. Client must work through a social worker, case worker or agency to submit an Application. Applications must be submitted with a copy of a recent eye prescription (applicants must have had their eyes examined within the past 12 months).

    All CancersEyeglasses
  • Children’s Organ Transplant Association (COTA)

    https://cota.org

    800-366-2682

    2501 W. COTA Dr., Bloomington, IN, 47403

    Provides fundraising assistance for children and young adults needing life-saving transplants and promotes organ, marrow and tissue donation. COTA also coordinates local
    campaign development, provides advocates to assist local volunteers and negotiates directly with transplant centers on financial issues.

    All CancersTransplants
  • Tigerlily Foundation

    http://www.tigerlilyfoundation.org

    888-580-6253

    42020 Village Center Plaza, Suite 120-156, Stone Ridge, VA, 20105

    Funds for Families program offers financial assistance to families of young breast cancer patients (between 15-45), based on need. For qualifying applicants, payments will be made directly to their medical provider or billing entity for medical treatment, rent, utilities and/or necessities.

    Breast CancerFinancial AssistanceHousingUtilitiesWigsWish Fulfillment
  • Alliance in Reconstructive Surgery (AiRS)

    https://airsfoundation.org

    (866) 376-6153

    3401 Lee Pkwy., Suite 1504, Dallas, TX, 75219

    The Foundation works in partnership with physicians in the United States, providing the resources necessary to make this surgery an option for women who would not otherwise have access to breast reconstruction. Partners with health care providers, health care centers and other groups to promote this service and teach other professionals and educators to carry on this work while supporting advances in health care research. View information about applying for assistance.

    Breast CancerReconstruction
  • Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered (FORCE)

    http://www.facingourrisk.org

    866-288-7475

    16057 Tampa Palms Blvd. W, PMB #373, Tampa, FL, 33647

    Nonprofit organization for women who are at high risk of getting breast and ovarian cancers due to their family history and genetic status, and for members of families in which a BRCA mutation may be present.

    Breast CancerGenetics
  • The National Children's Cancer Society (NCCS)

    http://www.thenccs.org

    800-532-6459

    2900 Frank Scott Parkway West, Suite 928, Belleville, MO, 62223

    Provides emotional, financial and educational support to children with cancer, their families and survivors. Offers a Transportation Assistance Fund to alleviate the financial burden of travel and lodging for families who have a child with cancer. This includes transportation expenses such as mileage, airfare and lodging when a child needs to stay near the hospital for treatment and nonprofit lodging is unavailable. Also offers a Emergency Assistance Fund which provides $300 in emergency assistance per year to families who have a child that has been inpatient or away from home for (15) consecutive days within the past three months. Assistance may be used for mortgage, rent, utility payments, childcare, health insurance premiums, car expenses or treatment-related expenses such as meals away from home, prescriptions, and parking.

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  • Bright Pink

    https://www.brightpink.org

    312-787-4412

    2045 W Grand Ave, Suite B #54599, Chicago, IL, 60612

    Bright Pink helps to save lives from breast and ovarian cancer by empowering women to know their risk and manage their health proactively. Offers risk assessment, genetics education and support programs.

    Breast CancerGenetics
  • Christine S. Walsh Foundation

    https://www.christinaswalshbcf.org

    732-853-7910

    P.O. Box 401, New Brunswick, NJ, 08903

    Programs support treatments for uninsured patients, medications and tests not covered by insurance, wigs, transportation to/from treatments and other financial burdens experienced by breast cancer patients.

    Breast CancerMedicationTransportationUtilitiesWigs
  • Expect Miracles Foundation

    https://expectmiraclesfoundation.org

    617-938-3484

    89 South St., #701, Boston, MA, 02111

    Nonprofit that rallies the financial services industry and beyond to invest in life-saving cancer research while advancing the financial and emotional health of people impacted by cancer. The Sam Fund is a program of the Expect Miracles Foundation.

    All CancersFertilityFinancial AssistanceHousingTransportation
  • Pink Fund

    https://pinkfund.org/

    877-234-7465

    P.O. Box 603, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 48303

    Provides short-term financial aid to patients who are in active treatment for breast cancer. The aid covers non-medical related expenses, including health insurance premiums, house or rent payments, car payments, car insurance payments, and utility payments. Applicants must have been employed at the time of diagnosis, in active treatment and experiencing a loss or reduction in income as a result. Payments are made directly to creditors.

    Breast CancerFinancial AssistanceHousingMedicationTransportationUtilities
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