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Child or adult in active cancer treatment in the US
Partners with local maid services to provide a professional house cleaning for individuals currently being treated for cancer.
Families in the US whose child under the age of 18, or dependent mentally and physically handicapped adult child, has passed away
To provide financial assistance, advice and guidance to grieving families from all religions and backgrounds so they may provide an affordable and decent funeral for their loved child.
- Families may use online form to apply for assistance.
Individuals and families facing cancer in the United States
To improve the lives of those affected by cancer
- Offers financial assistance to individuals with blood cancer; see website for eligibility criteria.
- Offers comfort kits to individuals with any type of cancer.
- Provides HeadtoHead peer support services to individuals with any type of cancer.
- Provides additional local support services and resources in Philadelphia, PA and New York area hospitals.
Families whose child is under the age of 21 and diagnosed with a pediatric cancer before age 18
To be a leader in childhood cancer research and advocacy while providing financial and emotional support to families whose children are battling cancer.
- Provides financial assistance for a variety of needs to pediatric cancer families while the child is undergoing treatment; social worker from treatment facility must apply on behalf of the family
- Works with funeral homes to provide assistance towards memorial costs for children whose battle with cancer has ended
- Funds pediatric cancer research.
Individuals in the US without the resources to obtain eyeglasses
To provide eyeglasses to individuals in need
- Provides a basic pair of single or lined bifocal eyeglasses to individuals with incomes at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level. Social workers or health advocates may apply on a person’s behalf. Individuals financially affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and without a professional to assist them may apply directly themselves. Call or see website for additional details.