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Worth the Wait

Young adult cancer survivors often face fertility challenges. Our mission is to ease the burden for young adult cancer survivors pursuing parenthood by providing financial support for fertility treatments, adoption and surrogacy.

Inheritance of Hope

The Inheritance of Hope is a non-profit organization founded in 2007 that offers legacy retreats, scholarship resources, book resources, continuing support post-retreat, and webinars to families consisting of children under 18 years of age, and a parent who has a life-threatening illness (Cancer Stages 3 or 4).

The Sam Fund

The Sam Fund is a nonprofit organization founded in 2003 that offers financial assistance and free online support and education to young adult cancer survivors (between ages of 21 and 39).

Look Good Feel Better

The Look Good Feel Better is a nonprofit organization founded in 1989 that offers Tips for Teens, Men and Women affected by cancer. Workshops for women that are 2-hour, hands-on workshops that include: A detailed description and demonstration of the 12-step skin care and makeup program, Instruction on options relating to hair loss, including wigs […]

Kids Kicking Cancer

The Kids Kicking Cancer is a Non-Profit Organization founded in 1999 that offers weekly classes in mind-body techniques found in the martial arts to children affected by cancer, both inpatient and outpatient. Their martial arts-based meditative techniques have proven successful in reducing pain and stress in children with cancer and other chronic illnesses, as well […]

Hero Foundation

The Hero Foundation is a Non-Profit Organization founded in 2009 dedicated to helping Michigan families financially while they battle cancer.  They also offer a summer weekend camp for children who have a parent with cancer, children who have lost a parent to cancer, or children who are themselves suffering from cancer.

Camp Kesem

The Camp Kesem is a Non-Profit Organization founded in 2000 that offers week long summer camps specifically catered to children between the ages of 6 to 16 with a parent affected by cancer. There are local chapters Grand Valley State University, Michigan State University and University of Michigan.

Blood Cancer Foundation of Michigan

The Blood Cancer Foundation of Michigan is a non-profit organization that has been dedicated to addressing the emotional, financial, and social needs of patients and families affected by blood cancer across Michigan for nearly 70 years. Master’s level professionals personalize critical education and support services to each patient and family member, elevating their ability to […]


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