The B+ Foundation® is committed to emotionally and financially assisting families of children with cancer, so you can focus on helping your children get well. They are the largest provider of financial assistance to families of kids with cancer in the United States.
In Treatment Support
The Live Like Bella® Foundation honors Bella’s desire to serve other by assisting pediatric cancer families while undergoing treatment. We assist families with medical co-pays, basic needs such as: gas, food and utilities and everything in between. You are not alone (description from site).
Burying a child is a horribly painful burden no parent should ever have to bare. We work closely with funeral homes to provide a memorial plaque or urn for children who’s battle with cancer has ended (description from site).
Lucy’s Love Bus delivers comfort to children with cancer by paying for any therapy that helps to balance traditional cancer care and improves the quality of life for a child. We offer funding awards in increments of $500 for anyone who was diagnosed with cancer before the age of 21 years, either currently undergoing treatment or suffering from the late effects of cancer treatment. We connect families to local integrative therapists and pay practitioners directly for their services. We are currently accepting applications for children in the New England area (description from site).
Cancer for College has provided need-based college scholarships and educational experiences
to cancer survivors since 1993.
Since 2017, PCRF has been awarding survivors of pediatric cancer with PCRF Scholarship Awards!
The Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation Scholarship Committee will continue to award annual scholarships as a commitment to improving the quality of life for those affected by pediatric cancer. The scholarship intends to support undergraduate and/or post-graduate education for survivors of pediatric cancer. This scholarship is offered nationwide. Applications are available and accepted January 1st through March 31st.
The window to apply for the 2021-2022 school year is now closed. Late or incomplete applications cannot be reviewed. The next cycle opens on January 1st, 2022.
The Northwest Sarcoma Foundation goal is to create and actively participate in the direction of a national alliance with other sarcoma foundations and affiliated groups guiding a coalition among private and public concerns furthering research for a cure of sarcomas. Although this organization is more directed towards the Northwest states, the information contained in it is pertinent to all patients. The Jenna Westerholm Pediatric Help$ Program is available to provide grants of $1,000 to sarcoma patients under the age of 18 and currently undergoing treatment in Washington, Alaska, Oregon, Idaho, or Montana (description from site).