Cancer Survivors’ Fund
Cancer Survivors’ Fund is a nonprofit organization that provides college scholarships and prosthetics for the benefit of persons diagnosed with cancer, receiving treatment for cancer or in remission to give them a new purpose and meaning in life. For more information, visit www.cancersurvivorsfund.org.
National Collegiate Cancer Foundation
The National Collegiate Cancer Foundation’s mission is to provide services and support to young adults who have been diagnosed with cancer. The Foundation’s goal is to help these survivors and their families establish a “Will Win” attitude in their fight. For more information, visit www.collegiatecancer.org.
Patient Advocate Foundation “Scholarships for Survivors” Program
The purpose of the Patient Advocate Foundation’s “Scholarship for Survivors” program is to provide scholarships to individuals, under the age of 25, who have been diagnosed with or treated for cancer and/or a chronic/life threatening disease within the past 5 years. For more information, visit www.patientadvocate.org/index.php?p=69 or call 800.532.5274.
The Ryan Mullaly Second Chance Fund
The Ryan Mullaly Second Chance Fund is a nonprofit organization offering scholarship assistance to young people who are fighting lymphoma. The organization looks for young men and women whose high school years were disrupted by lymphoma and whose ability to qualify for most scholarships was precluded by the extensive absenteeism and physical disabilities which result from chemotherapy and radiation. For more information, visit www.ryans2dchancefund.org.
The SAMFund is a unique nonprofit organization created to assist young adult survivors of cancer with a successful transition into their post-treatment life by providing financial support through the distribution of grants and scholarships. For more information, visit www.thesamfund.org or call 617.938.3484.
Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults
The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults is committed to helping young adults continue their education after being affected by cancer through their own diagnosis or the diagnosis of a loved one. For more information, visit www.ulmanfund.org or call 888.393.FUND (3863).