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  • Camp Mak-A-Dream

    http://campdream.org

    406-549-5987

    Provides a medically supervised cost-free Montana experience in an intimate community setting. Specifically for young adults, they offer several week-long programs per year that are a blend of education and recreation.

    All CancersCamps/RetreatsChildren
  • 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 CancersTransplantsChildren
  • Expect Miracles Foundation

    https://expectmiraclesfoundation.org

    617-391-9235

    P.O. Box 51267, Boston, MA, 02205

    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 AssistanceHousingTransportationChildren
  • Cancer for College

    http://cancerforcollege.org

    760-599-5096

    Provides hope and inspiration to low-income, high achieving cancer survivors through the granting of college scholarships and by providing professional mentor services.​

    All CancersScholarships
  • National Collegiate Cancer Foundation

    http://collegiatecancer.org

    240-515-6262

    4858 Battery Lane #216 , Bethesda, MD, 20814

    Provides need-based financial support to young adult cancer survivors who are pursuing higher education throughout their treatment and beyond. Offers a General Scholarship Program supporting young adult cancer survivors and current patient between the ages 18-35 and a Legacy Scholarship Program open to young adults ages 18-35 who have lost a parent of guardian to cancer. Applicants for both programs must be enrolled or enrolling in an accredited college, university or vocational institution in pursuit of an associate, bachelor, master’s, doctorate or certificate as of the fall of the application cycle.

    All CancersScholarships
  • Livestrong Fertility

    https://www.livestrong.org/we-can-help/livestrong-fertility

    855-844-7777

    2201 E. 6th St., Austin, TX, 78702

    Help cancers survivors access discounted rates on fertility preservation services. The LIVESTRONG Foundation offers donated fertility medications and discounted sperm, embryo and egg freezing services through a national network of reproductive clinics and sperm bank partners. These network members agree to directly discount their services for approved applicants.

    All CancersFertility
  • Verna's Purse

    https://www.vernaspurse.org

    888-489-8944

    ReproTech, Ltd., 33 Fifth Ave. NW, Suite 900, St. Paul , MN, 55112

    Provides discounted long-term reproductive tissue storage for qualifying male and female patients.

    All CancersFertility
  • Fertile Action

    http://fertileaction.org

    877-276-5951

    Offers financial aid programs, education, support and advocacy to help women touched by cancer become mothers.
    Offers a Parenthood After Cancer Treatment (PACT) Grant was established to provide financial support for female cancer survivors and provide them with access to third party reproductive services they otherwise would not be able to afford.

    All CancersFertility
  • First Descents

    http://firstdescents.org

    303-945-2490

    3001 Brighton Blvd., Suite 623, Denver, CO, 80216

    Provides week-long outdoor adventure camps for young adults with cancer (ages 18-39). Programs are all about having fun, getting outside and pushing limits through kayaking, rock climbing and other outdoor activities.

    All CancersCamps/Retreats
  • The Oncofertility Consortium

    http://oncofertility.northwestern.edu

    866-708-FERT (3378)

    Provides a patient education website highlighting fertility issues and concerns, as well as maintains additional website SaveMyFertility.org.

    All CancersFertility
  • Ulman Foundation

    https://ulmanfoundation.org

    888-393-3863

    The Ulman Foundation provides a community of support for young adults ages 15-39, and their loved ones, impacted by cancer. Direct services include one-on-one support, exercise & wellness programming, college scholarships and free lodging at Ulman House in Baltimore, MD.

    All CancersScholarshipsLodging
  • Starlight Children's Foundation

    http://www.starlight.org/

    310-479-1212

    5757 Wilshire Blvd., Suite M100, Los Angeles, CA, 90036

    Helps seriously ill children and their families cope with their pain, fear and isolation through entertainment, education and family activities.

    All CancersChildren
  • The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS)

    http://www.lls.org

    800-955-4572

    3 International Dr., Suite 200, Rye Brook, NY, 10573

    Dedicated to funding blood cancer research, education and patient services. Offers a variety of services, including an Information Resource Call Center, limited financial assistance and co-payment assistance (depends if funding is available), support groups and a patient matching program. Also offers an Urgent Need Program for pediatric, young adult or adult blood cancer patients enrolled in clinical trials, who are in acute financial need.

    Acute Lymphoblastic LeukemiaFinancial Assistance
  • Allyson Whitney Foundation

    https://www.allysonwhitney.org/grants

    Provides grants for people ages 16-36 who are diagnosed with a rare cancer. Covers a wide range of needs, including (but not limited to): current and residual medical bills, rent, utilities, car and health insurance premiums, IVF treatments, integrative therapies, travel expenses, and medical hair pieces. Grants range from $500-$1,500, and applications should be completed by an oncology social worker, doctor’s office, or patient navigator.

    All CancersFertilityFinancial AssistanceHousingTransportationUtilitiesWigs
  • SuperSibs!

    http://www.supersibs.org/

    888-417-4704

    660 N. First Bank Drive, Palatine, IL, 60067

    A national nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring ongoing comfort, recognition and support to children with brothers and sisters who have cancer. SuperSibs! helps these siblings to redefine the cancer experience to use these life lessons for strength, courage and hope as they move into the future.

    All CancersChildren


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