We fight to improve the lives of people affected by cancer
If you're reading this...thank you for learning more about why I decided to fund raise for the LIVESTRONG Foundation. If you want to skip this and just want to give me your money, that's cool too, but you should really learn how you are making a difference.
Before I started working at the LIVESTRONG Foundation 3 years ago, I didn't know very much about what LIVESTRONG was all about. Once I starting learning more about the fight against cancer and the role the foundation's work plays in the fight, I was blown away.
Up to that point, finding a cure was the primary focus of all the cancer related information and fundraising events I would come across. There's wasn't much attention being paid to what happens once one is diagnosed and there is no cure for them. Dealing with cancer NOW is just as important as finding a cure for tomorrow.
The money I raise will support programs and services for those impacted by cancer NOW. These resources help people diagnosed with cancer face the challenges of the disease head on and live life on their own terms. Livestrong.org/WeCanHelp
This is how your donation will help...
- A donation $25 or more can ensure one will receive the LIVESTRONG Guidebook, which provides information and
guidance on how to keep track of their cancer experience across the cancer
continuum, including tips, worksheets and tools.
- $35… You could connect someone fighting cancer with a
survivor who’s been there.
- $75… You could send a survivor through a six-week
program to help them reclaim their life after treatment
- $200 or more can provide a client with assistance
understanding their insurance, overturning any denials, appealing any
claims, and receiving co-pay medication assistance related to their cancer
diagnosis or the diagnosis or a loved one.
- $250 or more you can provide assistance to a client in
understanding their cancer diagnosis and treatment options, including help
reviewing their medical report, making informed decisions regarding their
treatment and matching to clinical trials.