The mission is simple, the impact immense. Caitlin's Smiles is dedicated to sharing smiles and laughter with children facing chronic or life threatening illnesses. Founded in 2004 in memory of Caitlin Hornung, the non-profit organization distributes arts and crafts kits to hospitals, giving kids an outlet for creativity and the means to heightened feelings of self-worth. Caitlin's Smiles recognizes children as unique individuals and strives to heighten their feelings of self-worth and competency by providing them with opportunities to be creative and successful with a variety of creative art experiences.
Pediatric Angel Network
Provides funding for assistive devices and care that insurance companies may not provide.
The Granted Wish Foundation
Grants wishes to people in three categories: disabled, disadvantaged, and deserving. Highly competitive program, applicants do not need to be terminally ill.
Dream Come True
Enriching the lives of physically challenged children and young adults by granting Sports and Celebrity Athlete Wishes.
Bringing Home Hope
Bringing Hope Home is a non-profit organization that provides unexpected amazingness to local families with cancer through financial and emotional support. Through our Light of Hope Family Grant Program, we offer a one-time grant to pay essential household bills for families with cancer in the Greater Philadelphia Area.
American Transplant Foundation
The American Transplant Foundation was the first non-profit in the country to provide financial assistance to the most vulnerable transplant patients and living donors by providing access to lifesaving medications and reimbursing them for lost wages after the surgery, respectively. Through its Patient Assistance Program and 1+1=LIFE Mentorship Program, ATF supports patients in 47 states with a specific focus on Colorado.
Fighting Back Scholarship Program
Provides financial assistance for rehabilitation to individuals who have a life changing illness or injury.
“We grant dreams to critically and chronically ill children from the ages of three through eighteen.”
Our mission is to provide care and support to local families affected by cancer. We recognize that a cancer diagnosis affects every aspect of a family’s life; emotional, physical, spiritual and financial. We strive to provide a family with whatever it is that will allow them a bit of “breathing room” from their daily struggle against cancer. It is our hope that this will allow them to concentrate all of their efforts towards regaining their physical health. A person in need of support must be nominated by a member of their oncology healthcare team and must live within our service area.
As a licensed marriage and family therapist, I support families as they face the unique challenges they encounter when a loved one is struggling with a life-threatening illness. I work with individuals, couples and families to provide support and help them attain a measure of peace during this tumultuous time. In addition, not working with insurance companies, allows me to keep my fee low, $70 a session, and affords me to opportunity, when appropriate, to offer a reduced rate to families facing financial constraints. I also accept health savings plans cards and can provide receipts for insurance companies when necessary.
Joe’s House is not an actual house, but a nonprofit organization that helps cancer patients and their families find a place to stay when traveling away from home for medical treatment. We list cancer treatment centers and hospitals across the country with nearby lodging facilities that offer a discount. Although Joe’s House caters to cancer patients, any patient, regardless of diagnosis may use the lodging facilities listed. Contact at firstname.lastname@example.org.