Since its inception in 2002, 24 Foundation has raised more than $20 million to support its cancer navigation and survivorship programs. That adds up to a lot of impactful change for the cancer community! Here is a list of organizations 24 Foundation will support in 2018.
Located in Indianapolis, the Indiana University Health Simon Cancer Center provides the highest level of patient care with a focus on developing more effective approaches to cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
Next-generation cancer treatment is offered at Franciscan Health Cancer Center in Indianapolis. Our nationally recognized experts design personalized treatment plans for every patient utilizing the most advanced treatment methods available. 24 Foundation funds will benefit the Moving Beyond Cancer survivorship program – an evidence-based 12-week program designed to help cancer survivors incorporate health, wellness and peace of mind in all areas of life following cancer treatment. This unique survivorship program is available no-charge to all survivors regardless of where treatment was received.
The Levine Cancer Institute is changing the course of cancer care by removing the barriers that separate patients from access to world- class research, breakthrough treatments and quality care. Their cancer network consists of 13 cancer care locations across the Carolinas. 24 Foundation funds the Genetics, Survivorship and Wellness Program.
Levine Children’s Hospital consists of 12 floors, in which the 11th floor is home to pediatric cancer patients. Each year, the staff at LCH diagnoses 150 new children with cancer and provides follow-up care to thousands of pediatric cancer survivors. Of these patients, 80% will become long-term survivors. LCH is committed to providing continued compassionate support of patients and their families through a survivorship clinic focused on wellness, special needs and preventive care for childhood cancer survivors to ensure the highest quality of life.
Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center’s Division of Pediatric Oncology is dedicated to discovering new, innovative treatments and therapies to improve the lives of children living with a cancer diagnosis in Maryland, across the nation, and around the world.
The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults (UCF) was established in 1997 by Doug Ulman, a three-time cancer survivor. The UCF’s mission is to support, educate and connect young adults affected by cancer so that no young adult confronts cancer alone.
Knowledge is power. Unity is strength. Attitude is everything. The LIVESTRONG® Foundation provides the practical information and tools people with cancer need to live life on their own terms. It’s mission is served through advocacy, public health and research.
2018 Grant Recipients
Carolina Breast Friends provides supportive services and mentorship connection among those going through breast cancer wherever they are in their journey and supports them with compassion and care.
Casting for Recovery is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit founded in 1996 featuring a unique program that combines breast cancer education and peer support with the therapeutic sport of fly fishing.
ChemoCars provides free on-demand rides to and from cancer treatment via Uber and Lyft.
Claire’s Army strives to act as God’s hands and feet by providing support for families fighting childhood cancer. Through an established network of resources we will support the families’ daily responsibilities, allowing them to put their time and focus on their child.
The GoJenGo Foundation was founded in Charlotte in 2009 by a local tri-athlete, mom, and breast cancer survivor, Jen Pagani. Its mission is to provide financial assistance to local women and families in treatment for breast cancer.
Hospitality House of Charlotte provides the comforts of home for families of seriously ill loved ones by offering affordable accommodations in the heart of Charlotte’s medical community.
I.W.I.N. Foundation supports women statewide currently receiving treatment for breast cancer by securing and paying for individual services that relieve emotional, physical and financial burdens.
Our mission is to restore hope to blood cancer patients and their families by increasing registered bone marrow donors, providing nutritious meals to patients undergoing treatment, and supporting blood cancer research
Wind River Cancer Wellness Retreats offers wellness retreats, programs, and healthy-lifestyle support (nutrition and exercise) to cancer survivors of all types and all stages at NO COST to survivors.
Our mission is to provide a year-round series of programs for children and families facing the challenge of living with cancer, and other life-threatening, hematology related illnesses.